New Jersey has been one of the states to get into the weather fraud game, as the state has a number of high-profile locations where residents can buy weather villa products and rent them out.
A New Jersey couple was caught renting an Airbnb room out to a family in a New Jersey park and then buying a $3,000 villa for the weekend with an online ad.
A few days later, the couple rented another villa in the park, then sold it for $3 a week later, when the family was in town for a wedding.
New Jersey has also seen a spike in the number of Airbnb rentals, with more than 7,000 people renting out homes or apartments in the state in the first nine months of 2018, according to Airbnb.
That number has continued to climb in the months since.
New Jersey is also home to several luxury real estate developments in the New Jersey City area, with a number popular properties listed on Airbnb.
However, those developments have come under fire from residents who say the real estate is not up to code.
New Jersey officials say that the villas in question were not intended to be used for vacation rentals, and the family renting them was not aware that they were being rented.
But a spokesperson for the Department of Environmental Protection said that they have been told that they are not allowed to use the villa as a residence, and that they can only use it for residential purposes.
The couple renting the villagas has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The family who rented the villares has not been charged, but the villaues have been taken off Airbnb.