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5 Responses to “Tramadol For Sale”

  1. Terry Says:

    I don’t know what state you’re in, but in Oregon, there is practically an entire industry devoted to tenant screening. For a modest fee (typically in the neighborhood of $15-$50), you can have a professional screener perform some combination (depending on how much you pay) of criminal, credit, employment, and current/previous landlord/reference checks.

    While I have never been evicted, I hve acquired the impression that an eviction here sticks out like a sore thumb and effectively takes a tenant out of the mainstream rental market. While there ARE a few landlords who will rent to “hard to place” (as one ad put it, i.e. evictees, ex-cons, and sex offenders), they typically charge exorbitant rents for squalid conditions.

    I lived for many years in a medium-sized Midwestern city, where your cirrent and previous landlords would be consulted, but had never seen background checks like they do here on the West Coast.

  2. landlordshmandlord Says:

    Hi Terry,

    I am now a firm believe in doing exhaustive criminal and credit checks on prospective tenants. I didn’t properly screen the ones that were evicted, but have been running both criminal and credit checks on prospective tenants since. Had I run them on the evicted tenants, I would have seen their legal troubles and would have avoided this mess. After running the criminal and credit checks, it’s amazing how great of a picture you have on somebody and how they treat their responsibilities (much more than I previously thought).

    Out here on the east coast, people say that it’s pointless to call ex-landlords because they typically like — “oh yes, they’re great tenants” — while trying to kick them out ASAP.

    Thanks for your comments,


  3. Trisha Says:

    Best of luck! I’ve been there. We’re still owed, gosh, I don’t even really remember–probably in the order of $2500 or so by evicted tenants. We’ll never see the money (one of them, by the way, was a die-hard Christian lady, too). I guess it happens to everybody sooner or later. Sometimes renters are renters for the very reason that they’re not responsible enough to pay a mortgage.

  4. James Bond Says:

    I have been there too.
    If you are owed money, go ahead and place it on their credit reports wheather or not you persue legal action. It only costs less than $20. Most good tenant screening companies offer this service. It can be done online within minutes and it’s reported to all 3 credit bureaus. Let them pay a 24% interest rate on their next car loan.

  5. Juno888 Says:

    Out here on the east coast, people say that it’s pointless to call ex-landlords because they typically like — “oh yes, they’re great tenants� — while trying to kick them out ASAP.

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