We all know what to look for with a phony advertisement.
Whether it’s a pop-up guaranteeing dangerously fast weight loss or an email with a scheme to make millions quick, the signs are obvious.
But, what about a fake cure?
Most fake cures seem obvious. There’s no way violin music or charcoal powder can remedy a disease.
But, when diseases like Zika and Ebola spread, it’s harder to ignore a possible lifesaver.
Just because the ailment is different does not mean the authenticity is any better. Here are five dangerous fake cures to stay away from while planning your trip: