Over 5,000 people lost over £7 million to holiday fraud in 2018

Over 5,000 people lost over £7 million to holiday fraud in 2018

Over 5,000 people lost over £7 million to holiday fraud in 2018

Cyber criminals and online fraudsters conned over 5,000 holiday travellers out of over £7 million in 2018 by creating fraudulent websites, offering attractive deals to travellers, and spoofing legitimate domains of popular airlines, hotel chains, and other brands.

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