IT is mystifying why US-based internet hosts GoDaddy have yet to remove the scam sites that are causing mayhem with British holidaymakers.
Despite repeated requests from this newspaper over two weeks, pointing out exactly what is happening, the firm are sticking to their guns and refusing to take action.
Meanwhile, holidaymakers and genuine agents alike are suffering.
With the summer season getting into full swing, hard-working families hoping to enjoy a relaxing break are being conned out of their hard-earned money.
GoDaddy need to act – now! If they don’t, the only way of warning people and highlighting this problem to the world is via the press.
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