The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Cambodia yesterday urged tourists to avoid websites offering e-visas for the country after receiving fresh reports of tourists being ripped off and losing their money.
The country’s ministry warned prospective visitors to only use its official website as there is no legal framework in place to get back any money that is lost.
The call comes after the ministry found bogus websites – including cambodiaimmigration.org, which charged one unsuspecting tourist $300 – falsely claiming to be able to obtain e-visas for visitors to the Kingdom.
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