After more than a year of being locked down by COVID-19, it’s a summer traveling boom and the more people looking for a great travel deal, the more scammers are trying to take your money.
“We have seven reports of timeshare, travel, vacation scams,” said Lauran Blakenship with the Better Business Bureau. “Of those seven reports, Michigan residents have reported they’ve lost more than $57,000.”
That’s just the scams reported to Michigan’s Better Business Bureau since January. Plenty go unreported and the last thing anyone wants to do is book a fake vacation.
“And then the day comes and there’s no ticket and they’re out of a ton of money and there’s no flight,” Blakenship said.
Before booking your next flight or your next vacation, you’ve got to be aware of what to look out for. The BBB said a lot of…