If you are going to a busy tourist area, you don’t want to fall prey to these common travel scams and ruin your trip. While these scams can happen anywhere, you can be more susceptible when you are in an international destination where you’re unfamiliar with the local culture and customs. Here are eight common travel scams you should know about.
Public WiFi Networks
Be wary of free Wi-Fi networks that don’t require a password to enter. You may be joining a hacker’s hotspot that makes it easy for them to compromise your computer or phone.
What To Do Instead
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