Yes! they are absolutely a scam!!! I was foolish enough to pay the application fee for an apartment I saw on a different website. I thought oh wow! that's a great price for a 3 bdrm apt. Right in my same neighborhood. I call the number and spoke with a "Mark Robinson" obviously an alias because he didn't sound American. Anyways, I was pretty desperate in finding a place close to where I live now as not to have to change my children's schools. I paid the fee on their "official" site and even saw pictures of the alleged apt I was interested in. after a few weeks I started calling to find out what the next step would be. I kept getting their voicemails and no call backs. I then started to email the company with few responses. I received an email saying someone would call me back the next day and indeed a woman called me. She gave me some story about it taking a little while and blah blah blah. I bought it for a while but, then after a fee more weeks I hadn't heard anything so, I call the woman "Sarah Paxton" at the number she called me from. I left several messages. On Aug 30, 2013 A man called me from "Ms. Paxton's" number. his name was "Don Clark" this call he reassured me that my application was given to the landlord at the apt and he guaranteed that the landlord would call me directly that weekend!. needless to say. No landlord called me. The first week of Sept. I called their main number again only to get a message that the call could not be completed from my calling area. I then tried with my home phone and the call went through. At this point I thought it was some kind of mistake. I wanted to believe they were legit. I then left several messages from my home phone, which went without any call back. The next week calling from my home phone again, I received the same message. I again started emailing them and got no response! I then decided that I would walk to the location as I live very close. I did not have a building address but, the cross streets were listed in their ad. I went to the location only to see that there were no buildings over there at all nor were there any apts for rent! I then became very suspicious. I called them again this time from a different cell phone and my call went through to a voicemail.. I realized that both my cell and home phone numbers had been put on a call blocking system so that when I called my calls would not go through. I would just get a message. I then emailed them informing them that I was aware they are a fraudulent company scamming honest people out of their money!. I then filed a report with the FBI internet crimes unit. I checked the initial email they sent me informing me that they received my payment and my application was processing. There were phone numbers in that email for questions about billing. I called and explained that this company is fraudulent and that they have no apts for rent and I was robbed. That man assured me that their company had no idea that superlowrentals was a scam (yeah right) either way he said he would make sure my money was reimbursed to my card and it would take 5-10 business days. I received my money back the next day! I was happy that I got my money back but, I was disappointed because I was excited for an apt that never existed. I felt like a fool because I usually know better! I am still going to proceed with my FBI complaint and do my best to get these people prosecuted. I don't want them ripping off anyone else. I don't want another honest person looking for an apt to go through what I did... DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY MONEY!! They do not have any apts for rent! They are a scam and will rob as many people as they can! It's a shame! Really despicable! Keep in mind as I will from now on. If it sounds too good to be true, it is!