Common Vacation Scams and How to Avoid Them

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By Ellen Chang Fraudsters take advantage of people who use public Wifi while traveling and steal their financial information. Deals for travel packages are alluring to unsuspecting consumers, but they are often the work of fraudsters. Scammers lure in travelers with the promise of inexpensive trips and discounts to attractions, but in return they are infecting people’s accounts with malware and stealing their personal information. Other cybercriminals are quick to take advantage of people focusing on enjoying their holiday and send phishing emails and texts to obtain data. ‘Too Good To Be True…

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