The safest way to pay for your vacation rental is by credit card. When you are in contact with someone who is pretending to be the owner, they might request over personal email that you pay via money order or wire transfer - these are signs to run the other direction. NEVER give out your credit card information over email if someone asks. Only use your credit card on a legitimate vacation rental website, and be sure to read emails requesting payment extra carefully. http://www.villa4vacation.com/... more
Here's my tip to everyone....Always do your research before you give anyone money. You should check other listings in the area to see if the rental is comparable and you should also see if the place is actually for rent. In most cases, it is not. http://www.polobeachcondos.com/... more
Yeah...I do agree with Christine's comment. Facebook is a great resource for finding anything that you are looking for. You can also use other social media networks for getting some extra help. http://www.floridarental.vacations/... more
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I would try HICentral.com
There are many rentals located there, and the best part is that only licensed agents can enter rentals. That cuts out scams by 99%. Be very careful on Craigslist and other ad sites, they're very sketchy.... more
The problem in Honolulu is that most pet owners label their pets as service animals specifically to by pass the landlord no pet policy. There are very few accredited service animal programs so most tenants are ordering credentials for their animal from the internet.
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