at least you caught it in time
She might have the names of the people and should be reported to the policeNot much she can do except call the other two realtors and explain to them what took place. Long story short don’t trust anyone.
It is likely they gave fake names to the realtor. Correct me if I am wrong but,I don't think they ask for ID. It should be that the realtor stays with them while they tour the house.Caldwell banker is fwd'ing all information to their management. Ill have to wait to see what their management has to say about it. Like Fireman said, at least i caught it in time.
The realtor is always suppose to be with them. The odd part was the first group that we showed the place to consisted of 3 guys and a women realtor. Ive never seen three guys together looking for a place. The other showing was a couple. My guess it was someone from the first group.
Basically i was lucky. I gave them premission to access my computer and the guy saw that there were multiple ports that were opened up for remote access. Internal firewall that was turned off and some other things that i have no idea what he was saying or doing. Also at that point i had to turn off the cable modem for 24 hours so it would retrieve a new IP address. This was a pain in the a** becuase by doing that i lost my phone service as wellhow did Cablevision find out the ports were opened? I've never spoken to a provider tech that was anywhere close to being technical enough to making such a diagnosis.
[wallmad]The realtor is always suppose to be with them.