If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
That's the advice from a state consumer protection official. Michelle Reinen, director of the state's Bureau of Consumer Protection says people are often looking for timeshares as opposed to finding hotels. This shopping often leads them to social media or online platforms that offer good rental deals.
Reinen says often the deals are too good...
"....the ones we want you to be suspicious of are those really amazing rentals deals or the unrealistic or too good to be true..."