March 2013
Caterer & Hotelkeeper;3/22/2013, Vol. 203 Issue 4770, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions related to prevention of fraud in the hospitality industry. The author says that one should not respond to suspect email messages. According to him, it is necessary to check hotel bookings to verify if a customer really exists or not. The author adds that one should ensure one's accounting procedures and control on costs are tight.


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