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    • I’ve noticed more and more landlords doing this but where they sneak the phrasing of tenants giving up their security deposits based solely on landlords discretion and because the tenants sign it they don’t have a leg to stand on. Happening all over IL
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    • Just break more shit than the deposit can cover
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    • While true, landlords will keep it anyway and hope you won't fight it. If you do, they'll hope you can't afford a lawyer. If you can, there's the risk of spending more on a lawyer than your security deposit. Very few places protect tenants from landlords.
      Demonikus 17 sep
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    • I am a landlord and this kind of shit pisses me off. It is the tenants money. If they didn't mess something up. Give it back you greedy SOB. Some landlords are shit and make everyone hate all of us
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    • Landlords jack up the price of real estate by increasing demand then sell you it back to solve the problem they created
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    • Always take a full video of the entire place right before you leave so that you won’t be charged for some bs
      TheRanger 18 sep
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    • we got like half our deposit back on our last house. chargest were things like "dusty blinds, marks in the paint from door handles, stains in the carpet (that werent there) smell of pet urine (which was b.s because we got the carpets professionally cleaned and it smelled brand new"
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    • My dad is a landlord and he's never kept the security deposit and keeps his rent reasonably low, he says he does so because then when he has a good tenant they'll be more likely to stay and continue treating his property well. He even gave his tenants the option of just paying what they can when
      spoder69 18 sep
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    • Please read this, it may be helpful. Most standard leasing contracts require the deposit to be paid back to tenant within 21 days after lease ends. If landlord deducts any portion of the deposit they shall provide the receipts showing where money went. If you don't have that in the lease agreement..
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    • I take pics/video when I move in (before furniture) and pics/video when I move out.
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    • This post is super landphobic and very problematic towards PoC (People of Collection) please delete this
      GayChode 17 sep
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    • My grandpa owns about 11 rental properties and he has never once tried to keep someone’s deposit. The only times he’s ever kept a deposit was the two families that trashed the place, stole stuff, and left without even asking about the deposit. Same house both times.
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    • My lease states the tenant must clean when he leaves (standard and legal in my area) my last tenant didn't clean so I deducted the cost of cleaning services from his security deposit the gave him an itemized receipt showing the date of the deposit, interest gained (yes the deposit gains interest
      pantsuit 17 sep
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    • You literally sign a document in your lease describing what your deposit will cover, which most of the time includes normal wear and tear/deep cleaning
      Zersiiz 17 sep
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    • Theres a big realtor group called TJ Guyer in my area and they own majority of the rentals around here. They are the scummiest fucking snakes on the goddamn planet. They blatantly break landlord/Tennant laws because they know most renters can't afford the legal fees to protect their rights.
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    • I’m a landlord. I have 150 units. If you don’t break anything and report anything that is damaged/missing within the first 72 hours on the move-in condition form you are not liable for it. If you have any questions about leasing in general just ask!
      WiIIPower 17 sep
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    • I remember when we moved my mom wanted to leave the house in prestine condition so she cleaned everything the house was spotless, she even bought carpet cleaner that's used in those special carpet cleaning vaccums and it looked brand new. She told the landlord who is an old family friend 1/2
      Ithink 17 sep
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    • my landlords made us pay over 2000 dollars extra in "late fees" that they "discovered". i asked for a report and when they gave it to me it proved that they were lying and then they came up with a "new" report with handwriting on it that showed we owed them even MORE money
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    • When I did property management stuff, our renter's agreement lease stated that the place must be clean when moving out. I mean, 9/10 of the time people midnight dashed leaving me to clean up their hellhole but the 1/10 people usually got their money back or some amount minus a cleaning fee for
      BMW13 17 sep
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    • Guys, don’t rent apartments, or even houses really. Do absolutely everything in your power NOT to rent. It’s near impossible to save money for a house when you rent, and at the end of it, you have no asset to show for it, and all that money is gone.
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    • No guys you're fucking it up. This is iFunny...we simp for landlords here. They're supererior to us in every way ::dick slurping noises:: and never do anything wrong ::sloppy wet absolute vacuum suction cock gobbling soundtrack.mp3::
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    • Laws requiring landlords to return the deposit is government overreach. Lynch mobs are the only moral way to handle interpersonal disputes. Change my mind.
      Cacaonut 17 sep
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    • I’m a leasing agent and this is almost 100% right, depending on the lease agreement. My manager is awesome so we don’t have any problems about that stuff but I hear about other properties that are on some bullshit
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    • Laws vary by state. Don’t take this as legal advice
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    • I lived with 5 dudes my first apartment. We trashed the place. When we moved out I walked through with the land lord, we came to a number (400$) to fix it up. We fixed it. Hired professionals to clean it... amd I still never got my deposit back.
      R2droid2 17 sep
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    • I honestly don't care. Once the money is out of my hand I forget it ever existed.
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    • PoopShoes 17 sep
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    • My husband and I rented an apartment and only I had to put down a deposit. The day we moved it some of the cabinets were broken & our bathroom was missing the shower curtain rod. We fixed the cabinets and called maintenance to get the rod. They told us we were supposed to supply it ourselves. Cont.
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    • Yeah my parents are landlords and they give back security deposits to decent tenants.
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    • AND....if they keep it illegally take them to court. You can sue for 2x the amount of the deposit AND court costs. The burden of proof is on them. I dont know why more people dont do this.
      Widabeck 17 sep
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    • Realistically You DO NOT have rights as a tenant especially if a company Manages your property. They WILL find something wrong or WILL put a loophole in their lease. When renting just keep in mind that you are defenseless if you were to take it to court. You WILL always be the little fish.
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    • I can honestly say as a landlord this is disturbing lol I’ve never even thought to do something like this it’s ridiculous. I keep the deposit in a separate account as long as nothing is terribly messed up I always return it. I’ve only kept it twice, once because the entire carpet floor was destroy
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    • Also, most states mandate that you are not liable to pay rent, but CAN NOT face eviction if you submit a written request to fix things such as a window that is designed to open but does not, a heater that does not work, an ax unit in place that does not work, or any type of amenities you pay for.
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    • I had a landlord try to charge me for new carpet, and a fee for an "unauthorized cat" which she never saw and I never had. She had moved in a week before I left, and conducted the inspection almost a month after I moved out. When I confronted her about it she said 1/2
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    • My old apartment's roof caved in after months of water leaking thru the roof. And us calling every other day about the leaks. Water eventually leaked out of the light fixtures. It was in the kitchen/dining area, so we had to eat out everynight because we were afraid to turn the lights on. Pt. 1
      Kitkat103 18 sep
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    • I DEFINITELY recommend doing a thorough walk through before you move in and turn in the move in sheet sooner than later, and ALWAYS place a work order during your stay, they fix everything, apartment landlords can charge you for simple things that broke when you move out if you didn’t get it fixed.
      nyxxcii 18 sep
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    • When they give you the sheet to fill out to note any existing damage when you move in white EVERYTHING down. Fill the page front and back add pages on. The longer the list is the less they can blame on you when you move out
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    • Guy fucked over my parents because a fucking bear knocked over the trash cans. Fuck him
      SeaPotato 18 sep
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    • The main problem with civil bullshit like this. If you’re poor, you can’t do shit. It’s a major problem with our country the rich can walk all over you because they can afford a lawyer and stay afloat financially, you can’t, so most of the time you can’t fight it.
      GR8B8M8s 18 sep
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    • In the past, a landlord tried to keep an $1800 dollar deposit of mine when I moved out. Notified me in a letter too. My “don’t fuck with me” ass sent back a letter stating that I improved the property during my tenancy (landscaping, new back fence, and out of pocket HVAC repairs,) and the owner was
      Whackatee 18 sep
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    • currently going through this with my appartment. I just moved out and they are tryinh to charge $850 with no evidence. I am disputing the charges
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    • This is true. Also have an apartment condition statement added to your lease and take pictures and video before moving in.
      Trim_Tab 18 sep
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    • Former renter. Came home to new door w/note posted saying I could pick up new keys 9 to 5. It was 7. Got keys in morning after sleeping in car. December. Get into my apt. Toilet is full of....wasnt me. Go to move out. No deposit refund. Planning on replacing cabinets/carpet plus the door. Cont...
      VanFett71 17 sep
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    • Landlords are scum. My last apartment charged me $700 becuase I left a loveseat that nobody would help me move downstairs to the dumpster
      OiPossum 17 sep
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    • I just moved out of an apartment I lived in for 8 years and they're trying to tell me I have to pay for the carpet even though its just 8 years worth of natural wear and tear and they should be replacing it for the new tenants anyway
      Team3Star 17 sep
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    • Not all landlords are like this
      bradverbs 18 sep
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    • Happened to me. I even fixed things in my unit that were already broken. When my lease ended and I moved out I was working out of town so I got my stepmom to do the walkthrough with my landlord tried keeping my deposit because the storage space under the stairs was a bit dirty on the cement.
      McKellii 18 sep
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    • So i have a friend that has tenants and they basically demolished the entire house, the fucking door has holes in it like the fucking moon, THE WALL IS LITERALLY BROKEN from behind every door, they didn’t break the pipes but they loved taking out the safety gate and got random people to tells it was
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    • The ultimate strat is to befriend your landlord. I did this with the absolute slumlord from my old apt complex, and bc we were so chill (everyone else there hated her), she made sure that I got most of my deposit back :)
      Michiru 18 sep
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    • My dad owns a rental property and he had to kick some people out because they hadn’t been paying even before the pandemic. When he kicked them out they poured paint all over the walls and carpet and trashed literally everything that wasn’t nailed down. All the doors were busted and the destroyed 1/2
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    • this is good to know. Is there any legislation that supports this? I feel like my landlord would just dick me over anyway
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    • Y'all are retarded if you don't already know this
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    • TAKE PICTURES BEFORE U MOVE IN MY DUDES!!!! Keep that shit and keep every correspondence with your landlords 👍
      here 17 sep
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    • I'm actually about to move from one apartment to another in the same complex. The floor is laminate and when I moved in, they told me hard wood. So I bought a ton of OAK furniture, which ripped holes in it. Cant wait to find out how much they are gonna try to charge me for this ugly floor tape
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    • You know. My Dad used to rent out our previous house for a group of people and they ended up abandoning it and there were fucking sharpie marks on the white walls and carpets, dog hair everywhere and broken shit and trash all over the place. Honestly just made pissed to see the place I grew up (1/2)
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    • Fuck this guy! I'd gladly give it back if they left it completely clean!
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    • Everyone hears about tenants being ripped off, but more often than that are landlords getting screwed over by shitty tenants. My brother in law worked his ass off fixing up their old house (comfortably middle-class) only to have a tenant cause ~$7500 in damages over 10 months, and there's nothing he
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    • The house I lived in at ECU was getting torn down a month after we moved out for a new parking lot Bc the school bought the land, but he said we wouldn’t the deposit back Bc of some of the damages. One funny part was that he never knew I never gave him a security deposit until after I told him at
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    • Aight I’m kinda retarded but can someone explain what exactly a deposit really is?
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    • This is why you sign a lease folks. And make sure you read every word!
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    • I had a $250 deposit not giving back because there was a camera inside that saw the mess we made. We cleaned it up entirely and it looked good as new but because we made a mess they didn’t give it back
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    • The place I was at before they decided to sky rocket the rent kept the deposit because we left the oven dirty even thought I had a group of friends clean the entire place shit looked like a 5 star hotel that cause over $1000 we asked if the oven was still kinda dirty cause it wasn't cleaning...
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    • I was charged by a landlord for dead moths in the unit, 3 months after I moved out and after a clean checkout sheet. The landlord then tried to convince me it was okay to cash the check for the remainder of my deposit. I didn’t, because I knew once you cash it you accept the landlords’ charges.
      ImBizzy 17 sep
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    • I am 42 years old and there has been only 1 time in my entire adult life have I gotten my deposit. I never left ANY place in disrepair or dirty, but because I was not there for a final walk through, they made up shiit and I couldn't afford to take them to court.
      WonderTam 17 sep
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    • Kinda true, kinda not. Make sure you always read over the section regarding security deposits in your lease. Its usually in the first page or two, and explains responsibilities you have and conditions where they can keep your deposit. Its always worthwhile to read over your lease, it can save tons
      pinapul 17 sep
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    • It’s a deposit... if you’re that dependent on it that you have to steal it then you are a shit at business
      fitbel 17 sep
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    • Keep receipts for having your carpet cleaned. You MUST HAVE IT PROFESSIONALLY DONE. they will lie about the carpet otherwise and take your deposit even if it isn't dirty. Dont get played.
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    • I got no idea what this shit is talking about but what I do know is the the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell.
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    • The guy I was renting a room from was doing this so I just blocked him and let him stay with the rent bill, so he had to use the deposit to pay for it. Get fucked Jason you cunt
      MRboss112 19 sep
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    • They destroyed the front yard with ATVs. They built an unauthorized kennel on the property. They let their dogs (unauthorized) piss and shit on the carpets. You BET I kept my renters' deposit.
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    • Landlords are leeches and should be the first to get the wall
      shitface 18 sep
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    • Wrong unless you can return the apartment in the exact move in condition you received it there will be charges as there should be you have to provide receipts but is 100 legal and the first tweet was straight bs stupid internet gibberish
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    • I had to fight to get mine back. Bitch of a landlady tried to keep it bc we didn’t find a third roommate to rent the master bedroom (we lease by bedrooms) for spring. Not our fault, not our job. We kept the place spiffy, even patched previous tenants’ holes and scnoons (never once saw our landlady)
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    • I’ve had 4 landlords in 4 years, always got my deposit back. Except for one, which was 50% taken and it was a big corporate hellhole of a company in a shithole city
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    • Pro tip: be present during their inspection
      Mattman21 17 sep
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    • Lol it's their property you signed the lease go fuck yourself.
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    • As a long time property manager this is mostly true. However, many landlords require the cleaning of carpets and such to be agreed to in the lease and thus the failure to get the carpets cleaned can result in a fine, usually equal to the cost of the carpet cleaning
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    • I've always just had them keep the deposit for the last months rent if there isn't anything wrong.
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    • Completely not true also. Depending on your lease you can be accountable for almost anything done to the apartment. Just read what you sign idiots
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    • I want to become a landlord but I hate seeing all these companies that leave people places with horrendous water damage. My goal is to move into a place, work on it for a year, then rent it out and slowly build up like that.
      Infekt 17 sep
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    • As a landlord, we don't do this. That is a very select few a jackasses. Landlords are good people. We don't jack up prices without reason.
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    • Lived in 4 apartments so far and have gotten every deposit back in full, maybe because I don’t trash the place and be belligerent to my landlords
      uuuaaahhh 17 sep
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    • This is not true at all. Its dependent on the contract. A landlord is not required to give it back. Its usually best to know something about a subject before speaking. I'm not saying its right, but that's the fact.
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    • loveforlandlords
      witchh 17 sep
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    • Most landlords don’t scam u btw, only the scummy ones do. Just be nice to them and take pictures. Most tenants get their deposit back.
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    • So i already signed a lease for $710 a month. I got a call a week later saying that they made calculations wrong and that i actually need to sign a new lease for $730 a month. This is my second year at the same place. I used to be $700 for the first year. Anyways. What should i do..
      Animu123 17 sep
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    • Do they also get to keep your security deposit if you break the lease and move out early?
      dviant 17 sep
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    • My husband and I had an apartment when we were 18, they gave us more than the deposit back because when we left it was in better condition than when we moved in. It was only like $100 more but she didn't have to have a cleaning service come in and rented it right out. BTW we both have OCD.
      sdixo1 17 sep
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    • I quit renting years ago. I hated the other tenants and of course paying someone else's mortgage plus some. Fortunately, I was able to do this. I know many others can not. I would rather live in a tent than to pay rent again.
      sarah285 17 sep
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    • WAIT, IT NOT RENTOID FAULT???? LANDLARD NOT TRUSTWORTHY???
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    • Animetrix 17 sep
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    • 150 percent of rent a good deposit when renting?
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    • Hiring a lawyer to sue them is usually more expensive than letting them keep your security...
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    • College students getting railed on their deposits
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    • I DONT know why this person absolutely HAS TO capitalize every FOURTH word like people can’t read LOWERCASE LETTERS
      Bearchaw 18 sep
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    • Help! My felony theft landlady is charging me $2k in damages for my $415 apt. I can't prove anything and she's blemish the damages from the last tenant on me. She's saying $1.5k of it is carpet damage and is what to do
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