Travel Weekly is launching a Fraud Awareness Month in February to help agents fight against scammers who are targeting travel during the downturn.
Police predict travel fraud – which already costs the industry £6 million a year – will escalate during the recession when both agents and consumers are more vulnerable.
Travel Weekly’s Fraud Awareness Month will update the trade on the latest scams out there that could affect your business. The month follows on from our successful Stamp Out Fraud campaign in 2007 and will provide even more hints and tips on how to keep your business safe.
If you have been targeted by fraudsters, whether it’s credit card fraud, ID fraud or email scams, contact email@example.com.
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