Summer is a time for sunshine, relaxation, and fun family getaways. Unfortunately, it’s also the prime season for vacation scammers. Fraudsters are always looking to take advantage of unsuspecting vacationers eager to get a “good deal” on their travel plans, especially during the summer months.
Some tourists are steering clear of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina after three mass shootings occurred over the course of eight hours around heavily trafficked tourist areas.
As a parent, you want the best for your kids. For some, that means allowing your children to do as they please. Free-range. For others, that means being involving in all aspects of their child’s lives.
A bad vacation rental can ruin your vacation and possibly cost you a lot of money. Before you book a vacation rental this summer, follow these tips to ensure that everything goes according to plan.
Summer: It brings out flowers, swimsuits and tans. But it also unfortunately brings out a fresh batch of scam artists. The Better Business Bureau lists the following scams as the top 5 summer scams.