Consumers/Patients

Did you go to a website and get “diagnosed” with a disability from an out of state doctor or mental health professional? Then you got scammed. You must be diagnosed by a doctor or licensed mental health professional in the state you are living with the animal. Landlords are now going through their records and if the letter you provided is not from a doctor or mental health professional in your state, you may be hit with pet deposits, pet fees from the time you submitted the fraudulent letter, and immediate eviction.

Is the doctor or mental health professional in your state? That ‘s great! However, did you speak with the doctor or mental health professional? Was it an online questionnaire only? If so, the letter is not worth the paper it is written on. Landlords are going through their records and if you obtained a letter from a fraudulent company or site, then you are subject to pet deposits, pet fees from the time you submitted the fraudulent letter, and immediate eviction.

If you are traveling and your are using a fraudulent letter, you may be stuck with no way to fly or stuck on your return flight with the fraudulent letter is discovered. If the place you use to get diagnosis letter is not SPODA certified, then you are at risk! Click for list of SPODA certified websites.

If you believe you received a fraudulent letter, then fill out the form below: