You’ve seen the ads on Craigslist and have bought a rumball.
Now you have to travel from home to the airport and buy the tickets.
You have a bunch of questions.
Who can I trust?
What are the rules?
Who will pay?
Will I get my tickets?
Is there a seat on the plane?
Are there food and drinks?
You’re not sure.
But you know you can trust someone, right?
So you click on a few ads and go shopping.
Then, you check with a friend or family member.
You see someone else has a similar problem.
That friend or relative has also bought a ticket.
What’s wrong with you?
You see, the tickets you’re looking for are listed on Air Deckers, a travel company that lets you book flights from home.
But Air Deck is also known as a scam, according to a complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission last week.
It’s a well-known travel company.
It’s a big, big company that sells tickets to other travel companies.
They’re not a scam.
But they’re a big company and they’re not above doing things that could hurt their brand.
So what is Air Deck?
Air Deck is a travel agent that charges travelers to book their flights.
Its main business is in the United States, according the FTC.
The FTC says Air Deck agents charge customers $200 to $1,000 to book a flight, but that they don’t actually do that.
The agency says that because they have the names of many people who actually buy the flight tickets, they can be used to buy up thousands of these tickets for less than the cost of a ticket to the destination.
For example, if a travel agency advertises on Craigslist that it will buy your ticket for $200 and sell it for $1.50, Air Deck will know about it.
That means it knows who you are and that it can sell your ticket.
So you’re buying tickets that aren’t yours, the FTC alleges.
But when you buy a ticket on Air Boarders, Airdeck agents can be paid in the hundreds of dollars.
In some cases, agents will be paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for a single ticket.
The FTC complaint accuses Air Deck of charging up to $2,500 per ticket, with some agents receiving more than $5,000 for one ticket.
In some cases the agent can buy the ticket for less, the complaint says.
But in others, the agent will be able to purchase the ticket in bulk.
The ticket will then go to an agent that will sell it to Air Deck for a profit.
For a typical booking, AirBoarders charges travelers $200 for a flight from the US to Mexico.
But that’s only the beginning of the fees.
They’ll charge $500 per person, per seat for an extra 30 days on your itinerary.
The company also charges $50 per person for each additional person and $1 per person per seat on an additional flight.
For more details on how the company is operating, the agency filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission.
The complaint says Air Boarder agents are not licensed as travel agents and are not required to provide the same service to other travelers.