HomeShare, a San Francisco-based home-sharing start-up, offered its customers subdivided space in brand new luxury apartments for a fraction of the overall rent. Photo: Bloomberg

Closed San Francisco home-sharing start-up, unable to provide refunds, asks customers to keep foldable partitions instead

  • HomeShare, founded by Stanford University alumnus Jeffrey Pang, closed on April 26 because of financial difficulties
  • Start-up wants its customers to keep the Screenflex room dividers, which it says retails for US$1,600, in lieu of the refundable deposit
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HomeShare, a San Francisco-based home-sharing start-up, offered its customers subdivided space in brand new luxury apartments for a fraction of the overall rent. Photo: Bloomberg
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