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You should know with whom you are doing business with. The person would introduce themselves as the landlord or property manager. They would have forms for you to complete and a place for you to complete these forms. You are not required to provide any information to anyone, however, you would not be allowed to rent a rental unit from this complex. In the business world you are required to provide personal information to include your social security number. Failure of you not to provide any personal information would place you in peril of not being successful in obtaining mortgage loans, vehicles, or other things you would want or need in the future. Personal information safety is a problem in this world today, however, most criminals would not open themselves up to be identified by someone. They would use the latest tools of the trade to obtain your personal information. You would not know they were even obtaining your persona information. They would used your information, obtained credit cards, and other valuable things in your name. You would not know they were using your information until after a one or two purchases. Landlords and property managers have been in legitimate business for a while and probably would not relish spending time in jail for an illegal act on their part. These type people are not the thieves that would normally steal your personal information for an illegal act. These individuals would need your personal information to check out your past credit history and perhaps criminal history to make a determination to rent their rental unit to them or not. The other thing is you went to them, they did not come seeking you. One poster indicated you should ask them for their information, and if they had nothing to hide they would provide it to you. This is not gonna happen. The landlord is not applying for a rental unit. They might provide a business card with their telephone9ne number, address and perhaps a email address.. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
What is a landlord going to do with your info? If they open credit in your name (steal your identity) they could easily spend 10 years in jail and lose all their assets. No person is going to take this risk. And indiana theft is super easy to catch who does it. Check your reports once a year for free (no cost) at Annual Credit Report.com theft is extremely rare and extremely hard to accomplish. More than 98% is done by a close family member or relative at your same address. More common is where someone steals your credit card or bank information information and uses it. All you can do to prevent this is check your statements and make sure they are accurate.
You don't, but if you want to rent a house you need to do it. Only a fool would rent to a complete stranger without running a credit and background checks on them. Would you rent to someone with a history of being evicted either because of non payment of rent or criminal activity?
He don´t have the right to ask you that. However he needs some information such as your drivers license #, your social insurance #, full name, phone number and that´s as much as you must give to him. Some times they ask you for previous address and landlord phone number to check if you usually pay on time. Good luck
They are required to do a background check and if you don't provide your information - then they won't allow you to rent their house.
Get his information first. If he has nothing to hide there should be no problem.