Not uncommon but a very live example of wholesale theft of content and functionality from travel websites by mysterious folk intent on masquerading as another business.
Here is one tour operator website selling trips to Nepal:
And here is another tour operator website selling trips to Nepal:
The first site is the fully functioning website of Nepal-Uncovered.com, a Leeds, UK-based tour operator; the second is a screengrab from Imagine-Travel.ru.
Apart from the Russian Cyrillic text in left hand navigation, the sites are identical, including most of the content.
The only thing a visitor to the fake site is unable to do is make a booking as the back-end functionality (provided by Tnooz Node Alex Bainbridge's TourCMS) is secure and cannot be included.
Nepal-Uncovered boss Ralph Foulds says the company made the discovery this week and have taken a number of steps to tackle what is clearly a pretty transparent and blatant attempt to mimic another brand's presence on the web.
The general guidance on issues such as these is as follows: