Don’t Fall for Travel Scams
It drives me batty when my Facebook page and/or email inbox gets clogged with information about free plane tickets, cruises, hotels, etc. There’s an old saying: “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.” Don’t ever send money to claim a prize, or even click any links from people you don’t know. Nine out of 10 times, those ‘promotions’ are scams, including this one that I occasionally get from a friend’s hacked email or Facebook account.
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