7 Ways to Avoid Getting Scammed on Airbnb as a First Timer
Staying in an Airbnb can be a scary thing considering the fact that you’re not staying in a hotel or inn, you’re staying in someone else’s home. It doesn’t help that there have been news reports talking about some hosts hiding cameras in different places, so they can pry into guests’ private moments. There have even been articles where people have talked about being scammed into thinking they would be getting one house only for it to be canceled before they got there.
Even as someone who’s stayed in quite a few, it can be a bit unsettling for the simple fact that you truly do not know what to expect. You book it hoping for the best, but that’s all you can do – right?
Actually, there are some things you can do to help avoid getting scammed as a first-timer Airbnb renter. Want to know what they are?
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While things sadly do happen, there are red flags that you can keep your eyes open for and in this free e-guide, I am going to be sharing with you some major red flags to keep in mind so that you don’t get scammed.
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