Windows 7 3 tips to avoid summer travel scams


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Right now, in the United States, summer vacation season is in full swing and so are scams. Here are three tips to help you avoid summer travel scams.

1. Watch out for deals that look too good to be true. If you’re still making vacation plans, then you’re probably looking for deals. If a deal looks too good to be true, it probably is. Scammers regularly post fake vacation rental home ads on sites like Craigslist and “free vacation” offers that you get by email probably have strings attached.

If you’re buying tickets or vacation packages online, make sure you follow the same due diligence that you do whenever you buy anything online.
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