Rentah.com describes themselves as a website that allows people to "earn more on the things you have and spend less on the things you need" by renting items from people in your local community.
How Does It Work?
Rentah.com is a "peer-to-peer marketplace" which lets their members rent out anything they wish, as long as it's legal, including all goods, services, and spaces. Anything that people own but may not use all the time - like a lawnmower or sporting goods - can be rented from someone in your local community.
Once you find the item, service, or space you hope to rent, you can contact the renter and arrange the terms of the rental - the price, the time period of rental, the day and time of pick up and drop off, if applicable. The renter and the client can determine their own terms.
However, Rentah.com's structured website setting benefits their users by protecting the renter - if the rented item or space is damaged during the rental period, the credit card used for the rental will be charged for the repairs.
This website is free to join and free to list products on. Customers looking to rent items will never be charged any money for using this website, though Rentah does take 5% of the rental fee charged by renters for administrative costs.
This website does not provide a traditional Refund Policy, saying instead that they believe in "the honor system," and customers and renters should be able to determine a fair arrangement between themselves. If they cannot, they can contact Rentah.com's Dispute Team at 646-681-8281 and they will determine a course of action.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact their Customer Service team can submit any questions, concerns, or complaints by phone at 646-681-8280 or by submitting them to their website.
This website and their services seem fairly new, so unfortunately there are not many available customer or user reviews at this time.
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2 ‘Rentah.com’ Reviews
Anup Desai stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from friends, family, and strangers on the internet via crowdfunding. He is a liar and a grade F con artist. He also uses his position as an adjunct lecturer at the College of Staten Island to force his students to use his defunct website in a feeble attempt to gain users.
If you invested in Rentah, contact Anup to get your stolen funds returned. He squandered all of this money while stroking his massive ego to make himself feel like he accomplished something. Anup, you have and never will accomplish anything meaningful. Your mere existence is a joke. If not for the innocent and foolish people in your life funding your make believe nonsense, you would surely be dead. Please go away and stop stealing from everyone. You are a terrible human being and you poison the minds of anyone who is unfortunate enough to listen to you speak.