“‘We’re here!’ the husband exclaimed. Kumra stared back blankly, unsure of what to do. The couple had ‘rented’ Kumra’s home after seeing an ad on Craigslist, she learned, and they’d driven there from Sacramento. The creepiest part, Kumra said, was that the couple told her they had texted the alleged owners just 10 minutes before arriving to tell them they were almost there and they had responded that they would be there to greet them.” How a vacation rental scam led one woman to take matters into her own hands. Are Craigslist vacation rentals always a scam? (Let the buyer AirBNBeware.)