Fraudsters are offering bogus refunds to people whose holidays have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before you sigh with relief at the thought of getting your money back, beware it isn’t a scam!
Fraudsters are redirecting people to official looking websites that ask for your bank account information, tax details and even passwords.
Tips to help you stay safe:
Have any of your trips actually been cancelled? Fraudsters are opportunists and will try anything to steal from you.
Don’t share your personal or financial information with anyone.
If you want to find out if you are entitled to a refund, contact your travel agent, bank or credit card provider directly through official channels.