BTW, I have had this happen on a number of my listings over the years where a scam artist under the cloak of a noble missionary picks a property for sale and posts it for rent at a VERY attractive price ... but before doing so, they find out the owner's name, create an email address that encompasses that name (then it seems very legit), and posts a fake ad on Craigslist. The games then begin, my phone then typically rings off the hook as they research to see who the true listing agent is, if there is one, and I notify the sellers what someone did. They in-turn often notify the police, but unfortunately the police do not have time to pursue these idiots, but it happens all the time. You may want to see if this house is legitimately up for sale or lease with an agent and let them know, also. You are likely not the lone victim.