Our database indicates that you emailed us four times yesterday and that our Customer Service team responded to each of those messages and indicated that we removed the fraudulent listing from our site. I recommend that you add our email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, to your safe senders list in your email account to ensure that you will receive our future replies.
Also, please note that Trulia is indeed very concerned about scam listings being posted on our site and are aggressively working to tackle the issue at this very moment. Later today we are releasing several new features designed to curb the placement of scam listings on our site and are also placing a warning message on all rental listings to make renters aware of red flags that may indicate a listing is a scam.
If you need any additional assistance, or if you have more feedback to share with us, please let us know.
Trulia offers all of us an opportunity to reach more customers. If you don't want to take advantage of that, fine but don't blame the provider of the service for the sins of those who abuse the service.
It happens all the time.. I pity the person that sends the money.. There are scams everywhere on the internet and they usually get people due to greed..if you see a price that is too good to be true.. double check with a Realtor..
It is a good point to buyers and renters. But you cant blame trulia. They can ban one user and another will pop up 2 sec later.
I use Craigslist, and it is worse even.
Best of luck to you,