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Steps to Help You Protect Yourself from Scammers on Airbnb

And if you do get stuck in a rathole, for heaven's sake, warn the rest of us

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There’s a lot going around about scammers on Airbnb, mostly those who are listing properties that make their place look like a dream destination when it’s actually more like a dumpster in a back alley, miles from anything you’d like to visit. Even worse is the potential for a total scam…

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Encouraging you to get the heck off of social media and go experience the world.

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Melinda Crow

30-year freelancer. Found on: Newsweek, Cruise Critic, MSN Travel. Writer’s Toolkit weekly series on The Writing Cooperative https://melindacrow.substack.com/

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