Vacation Scams: The Rise of Digital Travel Scams

Vacation Scams: The Rise of Digital Travel Scams

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  • November 24, 2022
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In all, Maria says she lost $30,000 on vacation — $15,000 of the money she paid in advance, plus another $15,000 on just one of the hotels. Maria says that not only did Rafael Bessa tell her he paid for the room, but that he got her a free upgrade – but he didn’t, and the hotel charged a stunning full price for the Super -Deluxe room charged.

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