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Cleveland 19 News, Consumer Crackdown: As Spring Break travel heats up, experts warn of bogus deals and travel needs

“‘It’s an opportunity to really go after people who are beginning to plan their vacation in a way that they really haven’t in the last couple of years,’ Ira Rheingold, Executive Director, National Association of Consumer Advocates said.

Rheingold said you may see deals for a rental property or a flight pop up through robocalls or emails.

‘Be very wary and double-check and triple-check and really only depend upon legitimate sites,’ Rheingold said.”

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