CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey reminds consumers to be cautious when making holiday travel plans or purchasing a vacation for someone on their list.
Consumers should get reviews from reputable travel websites and/or family and friends to avoid falling prey to any scam. Consumers should deal with established websites and vendors.
“It is important that consumers watch for and avoid scams as they plan holiday trips to catch up with friends and family or get away to a warmer climate,” Morrisey said. “Whether it is planning a vacation for yourself or treating someone on your gift list to a vacation, a little caution can go a long way.”
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