iMove’s outrageous moves on Rentenna

by Joe Zekas on 1/28/14

We’ve previously singled out iMove Chicago as one of the sleaziest of Chicago’s rental services, a sleazy group that it isn’t easy to stand out from.

If you’re unfortunate enough to visit Rentenna, a new rental site, you’ll see ads with actual building photos and addresses that lead you to believe you’re connecting directly with the building. The links I sampled on scores of ads all route you to iMove, despite the fact that a number of the advertised properties won’t allow an iMove agent to set foot on the property.

Is the State of Illinois utterly impotent to enforce the laws that purportedly protect consumers against this kind of fraud? Thus far it has been.

If you’re in the market to rent in Chicago you need to protect yourself by dealing directly with property owners and management companies rather than visiting a Chicago rental service.

Rentenna is useless and worse for renters. How quickly will it fall into the dustbin?

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jose January 29, 2014 at 3:53 PM

Boring.. Move on!!

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Joe Zekas January 29, 2014 at 7:57 PM

Since you’re bored, Jose, I’m moving you on and out.

The other two comments you left on this post have been deleted, and all of your further comments will be flagged as spam.

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