D S M Properties Reviews (1)
This company uses a sweet little lady to get single woman to move into their property located at [redacted] only to have the men of her company violate the law by going in whenever they feel like it WITHOUT PROPER NOTICE when the tenant is not at home.I moved into this property in September 2013. Shortly after moving in, I found that things where moved and out of place upon my return home from a trip, I'm a flight attendant. After several times of noticing this, I purchased an alarm system from Walmart. After the second time of coming home and it going off AND having called the Police, the manager, [redacted], admitted that he didn't have an appt in a voicemail that I have.Also, the sweet little lady, [redacted], sent her "business partner" [redacted] and two other men into my home AFTER finding out that I was getting on a plane and heading home. By the time I landed she left a voicemail, which I also have, stating that she sent the men in to look at items which needed to be addressed a MONTH PRIOR. I called her back as soon as I landed and told her AGAIN that I didn't want people in my home when I'm not there or without proper notice. I have a small dog and didn't want him scared of strangers in the house, to which she replied, "oh! they said he was buried between the pillow on your bed". WHY WERE THESE STRANGE MEN, (NONE WHOM I HAD MET OR PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF) IN MY BEDROOM WHEN THEY WERE THERE TO LOOK AT THE TUB IN MY BATHROOM! That's just downright creepy! [redacted] said his men weren't allowed in the home while tenant is there. What are they doing that they can't do while I'm home?After having Police get involved and telling me to get a gun permit and a gun I realized this was not the route I wanted to go. These people should not be able to talk single women to move in only to have men going in anytime they please. What stops them from coming in when I'm there in the middle of the night? What rights do I have as a woman to protect myself/my rights other than buying a gun?