Holidays Please Is One Name You CAN Trust

Internet security website, Get Safe Online (getsafeonline.org), and travel association ABTA, have revealed that one in three of us are leaving ourselves open to online fraud. Bargain-hunters looking to grab cheap last-minute holiday deals are most vulnerable to bogus holiday companies looking to snap up our hard earned cash. Get Safe Online reported that 30% of us don’t confirm the authenticity of travel providers when booking holidays online. Simple procedures, like checking whether the company is member of a recognised trade association and checking that the site is secure when entering payment details, can help prevent this kind of online fraud.

Next time you find that ‘too good to be true’ perfect bargain holiday then don’t forget to double check. Research the company and their track record, ring them up or send them an email. If they don’t provide a contact number or respond to calls or emails yet ask for payment upfront then you need to be cautious. Real holiday companies should only be asking for a 10% deposit rather than the full balance if you are travelling more than 3 months away from the booking date. Take your time when booking your next holiday, double-check and shop around as you would face-to-face. Protect yourself and your money. Holidays Please is one company you can trust 100% as we are recognised by trade association ABTA. Rest assured your holiday booking is in safe hands, so why not check out some of our great deals today.

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