Complaint Review: Invitation Homes - Arizona
Invitation Homes Fraud Arizona
*Author of original report: Invitation Homes Board Members- Fraud
Invitation Homes is a complete scam and fraud. They do not return security deposits. If you rent from them, just know that they will fraudulently steal your deposit and you will have to go to court to get it back. On the last day of our move when we were away, they broke into the house without giving two-day notice and destroyed the house. They pulled everything out of the covers, dumped out boxes, broke things, and stole U-Haul blankets and our U-Haul dolly. Invitation Homes then took pictures of the house after they destroyed the place.
We thought this was very strange as we already pre-paid for a cleanout and the cleaning person was going to come clean anyway, the following day. What they do is destroy the house, and then take pictures but will not send you the pictures after the pre-paid cleaning person does the cleanout and then they will not give you access to the home to the take the after pictures. If you read Yelp or this site you will see many reviews with the many of the same stories. They run other scams at Invitation Homes as well, but I will not get into all of them. The point is that Invitation Home commits fraud to steal the security deposits.
We are going to sue Invitation Homes for fraud and for our security deposit back. I hope others will too. Do not make it easy on Invitation Homes to commit fraud. It seems like with a quick Google search there have been many that have been frauded by Invitation Homes and numerous class-action lawsuits.
In my opinion as a financial advisor, one of the reason’s is because Invitation Homes is having major issues with SEC and are having a lot of financial issues.
This is a form of real estate fraud. Invitation Homes is registered with the SEC and they are required to disclose any fraud cases against them and are required to act in a certain way and within the SEC’s regulatory guidelines. I urge anyone else that has been frauded by Invitation Homes to file a report to the SEC and your location’s real estate department as they have also had a real estate license, and act as the broker.https://www.sec.gov/ I find when there is fraud in one place of a company, it is rampant everywhere. The SEC will be able to discover it so please go to the SEC’s website and file a complaint. I also recommend that you go file a complaint at the Federal Trade Commission if frauded by Invitation Homes. Please also tell your story to www.ripoffreport.com They have great backlinks, which gives it great favor with Google Search. This way people’s stories who they have frauded by Invitation Homes will be known to all Google searches for Invitation Homes.
Just a quick update:
With doing a little bit more research on the founding members and many of the executive's of Invitation Homes. It looks like a lot of their board members and executives are involved in a very weird, disgusting religion based on pedophilia. It’s a religion that started by their founders who conveyed to very young girls, as young as thirteen thirteen years old that god called for them to marry them so they could commit statutory rape. They believe as long as they are members of this religion they are going to heaven, no matter what disgusting sins or fraud that they have been committed. Obviously, stay away!
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