The listing has a telephone number listed in it. I would begin by calling that number. I'm a little concerned because the price is so low for the area. I went to their website. http://.www.superlowrentals.com
and it asks for personal information.
It's a little upsetting to think a scammer could have infiltrated the Trulia website. Trulia requires all agents to enter their state license I.D. numbers so I can't understand how a scammer could have added a listing to this site.
You have to be careful in this market, I have heard horror stories of renters taking apartments only to find out a few months later that their rental was being foreclosed on and they received and eviction notice from the bank and lost their deposit in the process.
This is why it is so important to ask any real estate agent you work with for their pocket I.D.
Best of luck!
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Douglas Elliman Real Estate