Vacancy Rewards Scam Department Warns Travelers of the Worst Scams of 2013

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Vacancy Rewards Scam Department is an important part of this traveler club’s customer service which includes warning members of the worst travel scams that they can encounter while traveling abroad, and this year the list is even longer than the last, so travelers should be careful in 2013.

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The Vacancy Rewards Scam Department was implemented late in 2012 when there were many members having issues while traveling abroad, and thanks to the insight of this program members are becoming educated about current scams and enjoying safer vacations because of their advice. This is why so many members look forward to updates, like avoiding the worst scams of 2013.

The Vacancy Rewards Scam Department recognizes that it is only the beginning of the year, but there are many scams that have surfaced that members need to be on the lookout for. One of worst travel scams revolve around airline tickets and they have hit the ground running. This year some airlines were targeted by fake social media sites impersonating them, and giving away deals. People signed up for these deals, and willingly gave over secure information like bank details and other private financial information. Then, it was found that these major airlines weren’t on social media sites at all, and all of these travelers had been ripped off. The best way to avoid internet scams like this is for travelers to use the rule of thumb “If it seems too good to be true than it probably is”. So, travelers should book through respected travel agents, and individual airlines.

The other scam that Vacancy Rewards Scam Department really caught wind of, involves cab scams to the extreme. For the last few years unknowing travelers have been getting into fake cabs and been taken all over cities, where they run up the meter and cost travelers money. Now, these drivers are getting even more aggressive and physically kidnapping passengers, robbing them, and dropping them off in random locations. These drivers are actually getting information from immigration workers, and holding signs with personalized names and information so travelers trust them. When faced with this situation travelers should always contact their hotel to see if any transportation was arranged, and should never trust any unusual situation.

The Vacancy Rewards Scam Department was established so that members could enjoy their vacations, without worrying about falling victims to any unknown scams. Since the creation of this department members are enjoying travel more than ever before, and reducing the chances that anything negative with happen.


Vacancy Rewards Contact Information:
Web Support and Affiliate Reservations: 1-877-821-9549
Web Concierge/New Member Activation center:
USA/Canada: 1-877-212-3834
USA/Canada: 1-877-215-5676
Mexico: 1-800-872-0909

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