Alison, There isn't much point in reporting the scam. This is one of those things that will be with us in its present form and permutations of this form, for the foreseeable future. I and others have repeatedly advised that you not try to rent a property in Hawaii from the mainland unless you are here to see it, or have someone here to make sure the advertising agent can meet them at the home. Should you wish to persist in either sending money or personal information to someone who doesn't meet you at the home, you will most probably pay a high price for your NaivetÃ©. Do not send money or your personal informatiuon to someone renting a home who does not personally meet you at the home and show you that he/she can get into the home by means of using a key.