My fiance' and I applied with Jocenna at this property on August 30th, and were told we were pre-approved, so we provided a GOOD FAITH deposit to hold our unit. We were then told that we would receive a call to confirm our final approval by September 2nd. Needless to say, that never happened. After not hearing from Jocenna for a couple more weeks, I called them and then found out that we were in fact denied. Upon learning that information, I asked her specifically, if we were denied, why did I not receive a call like I was advised to tell me this? She then proceeded to tell me some bogus story about how they sent me an email (LIE #1) and if I didn't get it, it may have went to my spam box (LIE #2). I then stated to her that legally, and based on their own policy, and any property management companies policies, the procedure is to contact a potential resident upon denial to advise them that they are denied so that any moneys received, excluding the application fees, could be refunded. She then proceeds to tell me that it was up to us to call them in 72 hours to find out if we were approved (LIE #3) and that we would not be refunded our GOOD FAITH deposit. She must have thought that I didn't know any better and that I was just going to say ok and let them get away with it but, she was wrong. I contacted Corporate, advised them that not only does Wesley Plantation's policy state and I quote regarding GOOD FAITH DEPOSITS: ****Applicant understands and agrees that the GOOD FAITH DEPOSIT and other Deposits or Non-Refundable fees paid will be returned if the applicant is NOT ACCEPTED as a resident.**** and I told them that if they don't refund me my money, I will be forced to take legal action because I have proof in black and white. Corporate then contacted Jocenna's manager and advised her to refund us our money back. To sum it all up, based on us having to go through this as Prospective Tenants, I would've have hated to see what was in store for us if we did end up becoming actual Tenants. Us not getting approved for this property was a blessing in disguise and hopefully this review will have everyone thinking twice before even applying for this property based on their deceptive practices.