A real estate giant is getting into the real estate game, but the company isn’t exactly telling its customers what it’s up to.
On Tuesday, the real-estate company Trulia announced it had partnered with real-time company TrustedSec to build the first ever Trusted Home portal, where homeowners can find real-world, trusted advice on everything from how to get a mortgage to how to build a home.
It also announced a $5 million fund for TrustedHome.com, which will be a portal that will provide real-life advice to homeowners.
But Trulia’s announcement was met with some skepticism.
A number of industry observers have said that Trulia isn’t really an “investment” at all.
But the Trulia press release did say that the company would use the portal “to provide real estate investors with a real-money marketplace for home financing.”
This sounds like a lot of fun, but there’s a problem: It’s a scam.
Trulia’s website is filled with false information.
There’s an infographic claiming Trulia is the largest home builder in the country, but Trulia actually sells just about every type of home-improvement service imaginable.
The company also says that the Trustedhome portal “will help connect homeowners with experts and advice on home design, building, renovation, and home security.”
The real-home portal is really just a marketing gimmick to try to sell Trulia products.
It’s not a real portal that anyone is actually buying, and it doesn’t offer real-live advice.
Instead, Trulia just wants to make sure its customers are getting the best deals on Trulia services.
The Trulia website is riddled with “fraud” and “misleading” ads.
A typical advertisement says, “Trulia has more than 2 million real estate listings in more than 120 cities and states.
Trulia offers affordable mortgage financing, mortgage insurance, home improvement and more.”
The Trulia site says that Trusted home is the biggest “private equity” company in the U.S. and that its services include “real-time real-name verification and security monitoring” that can help homeowners get a better deal on their homes.
The website also boasts that Trulustay Home will “provide real- time mortgage, insurance, and appraisal services for homeowners, as well as the ability to receive notifications and alerts on your home construction and remodeling needs.”
The website says that its “real time” real-names verification is “a powerful tool to help homeowners assess the risk of potential foreclosure.”
The Trululia website also says, “”Trulia offers mortgage insurance through the Trusteam program.
Trusted is a premier home insurance provider with unparalleled credit protection, coverage and security.””
There are also some misleading claims in the TruluS Home portal. “
It’s the only national mortgage provider that has secured over $200 billion in mortgage insurance from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).”
There are also some misleading claims in the TruluS Home portal.
The Trulus home insurance website claims, “All Trulia home insurance products are available at no cost to you.
Trusta home insurance protects homeowners from unexpected costs, including unexpected home losses.”
Trulia also says it offers “home equity insurance” that “provides homeowners with equity that protects their homes from a loss, such as a foreclosures.”
“Our homeowners can earn more equity through Trulia Home” on the TruSS portal, the TruzuS home insurance portal reads.
The portal also says Trulia insurance is “part of Trulia.com and Trulia Insures.”
But TruS is actually a website designed by a company called TrustedSolutions, which was founded by a former Trulia employee.
TruTSolutions is owned by a group of companies including HomeGroup.
HomeGroup is a real estate firm that specializes in helping real-people-in-the-loop, or people who know about home-related issues, build their own homes.
HomeGroup has long been known for helping people navigate the real world.
In 2013, HomeGroup said that it would be creating a new service to help people build “real estate” — which is essentially a portal — to “enable home buyers to get real-income financing, real-address security, and secure mortgages.”
Trulia, meanwhile, is an investment firm that focuses on building real-living “virtual” homes, and Trulua has been a leader in building and selling these virtual homes.
For instance, Trulurans website says, the “TrustedSec portal” will provide “home security, property appraisal, and tax compliance services to Trulia owners.”
But Trulia has been known to make money by scamming homeowners out of money, and in at least one case, the scamming company was fined for running an illegal