The 5 Most Common Travel Scams to Avoid When Booking a Trip

The 5 Most Common Travel Scams to Avoid When Booking a Trip

The 5 Most Common Travel Scams to Avoid When Booking a Trip According to e-commerce fraud prevention firm Forter, travel fraud rose by 16 percent in 2017 thanks in part to new booking technologies. With that in mind, let’s take a look at Forter’s list of what it says are the top travel scams lurking out in the world today. 1. Third-Party “Discount Travel” Scams 2. Free Vacation Offers 3. High-Pressure Booking Tactics 4. Rental Fraud 5. Fraudulent Currency Exchange Scams Travel Scam Resources

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