It’s been a while since you bought a plane ticket or made an online reservation for a rental car, so maybe those booking muscles have atrophied.
Be alert, though, because as travel picks up this summer, so too will scams that prey on would-be tourists.
The Better Business Bureau is warning aspiring wanderers about three cons that can cost you thousands of dollars, depending on how big a trip you’re planning. As you dust off that frequent-flyer number, here’s what you should pay attention to:
SCAM 1: TOO-GOOD-TO-BE-TRUE AIRFARE