a week ago
@Mohammad Reza...I am sorry to tell you Mohammad that is not a genuine reservation. Although the listing itself is a genuine listing it has been redirected to another site.
I have just put your reservation code through my Airbnb access tools, as my present status level with Airbnb gives me more access to client details and your reservation code is not a genuine code or receipt! It is not in the Airbnb system, that reservation code shows as 'Error' in a red field!
Please report the payment details to your bank and try to get payment stopped and contact police and either use this link.....
https://www.airbnb.com/help/contact_us to be refered to and Airbnb agent via support or phone Airbnb in your country.
I have screenshot the invoice in case it disappears before action can be taken on it.
Mohammad I am so sorry that you have been caught by this and as a follow on from my previous post to you, always check the status of the page you are looking at by the address line of the listing!
This is what a fake Airbnb address will look like....
I will now make a report on this but it will be up to you to follow this up with Airbnb Mohammad.
a week ago
Sorry for you, @Mohammad Reza. The domain name from the website you used, is longterm-rental dot com. I spell it differently, as I do not want to create a link to them.
Everyone can buy this domain or thousends of variants of that. Nobody could keep a fraudster from buying it.
And after creating this longterm... domain, they add airbnb as a subdomain. It’s intentionally, as Robin says, to create the fraud.
Only the domain owner can decide what and if to use subdomains. It’s not possible to keep it from happening. When it’s used for a fraud and using the airbnb brand, they can try to do something against it, but if it’s registered in a country with loose laws, it’s impossible to do that quickly.
As said, you transferred money to someone, who has nothing to do with airbnb and probably nothing with the original listing. Those people just copy pictures or whole listings. Contact your bank immediately. If you paid by card, you have some hope, if you transferred it, not so much.