Trivagoamoma travel site is a scam


I connected to the Trivago site looking for a good deal on a hotel room in Isla Mujeres (Mexico) for a week. I used the Trivago site for the first and last time. Why does Trivago allow scams like Amoma and BookIt to run as a honest business. I will spread, electronically, the word that Trivago is a scam and everybody is to avoid it. You won't be in business long Trivago ... adios.

Kevin Jones

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