Woman Pays RM300 Booking Deposit For A Villa That Doesn’t Exist, Scammer Posts Advert On Booking.com

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Woman Pays RM300 Booking Deposit For A Villa That Doesn’t Exist, Scammer Posts Advert On Booking.com

25-Mar-2024
By DN21

If you think scammers aren’t afraid to operate on certified platforms, think again.

An X user recently shared her ordeal of getting scammed by a so-called “villa owner” on Booking.com, only to find out that the place is actually non-existent.

Villa Beverly Row, as advertised on the site, alleged that it’s located in Putrajaya and offers reasonable rates per night.

Despite having zero reviews, the woman decided to give it a try, and paid a booking deposit of RM300 upon contact with the owner. 

It’s believed that this wasn’t the first case as other commenters shared that they had dealt various issues on Booking.com previously.

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