Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
The best way to arm oneself against scams this fall is to be aware of the types of scams that are prevalent, and how these scams work. By staying informed and up-to-date on the type of crimes that are being committed, it is much easier to stay aware and be vigilant even while on vacation shares the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Reduction Squad. In order to assist travelers in these efforts, the scam reduction team is revealing three common scams and how to avoid them.
1. Fake Tickets
The fake ticket scam is one that occurs around the world. Whether the tickets are for public transportation, a sporting event, a concert or anything else that requires some sort of ticket for entry, there will always be people outside of the venue or station trying to sell tickets that are fake, counterfeit or already used. These scammers can even go as far as to rent an office nearby that they will take you to, which appears legitimate, but these tickets are still fake at the end of the day. The Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Reduction Squad shares that the best way to avoid this scam is always to purchase tickets directly from an authority source, even if the prices are a bit higher.
2. Using the Phone
This is another scam that happens equally whether travelers are at home or abroad. Someone will approach a traveler wanting to use their cell phone for a variety of reasons that is usually accompanied by some sort of sob story. If the traveler does let the person use their cell phone, oftentimes, the stranger will run off with it, so be very careful advises the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Reduction Squad.
3. Dropped Ring Scam
This scam involves a local person dropping a ring near a traveler, then coming back and claiming to have found a gold ring on the ground. They will ask the tourist if they have dropped a ring, and when they reply that they have not, they will claim that the ring is too big for them and then attempt to sell the “genuine gold ring” to the traveler. This ring is not gold, however, and those who do pay for this worthless piece of jewelry will find that they have been scammed.
For more information on how to protect oneself from these and other common travel scams while on a vacation this fall, contact the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Reduction Squad at http://grandsolmarresort.com. To view this release in Spanish, visit: http://www.prensaahora.com.mx/3-estafas-de-viaje-expuestas-por-grand-solmar-tiempo-compartido-para-ayudar-los-viajeros-de-otono/
Grand Solmar Contact Information:
Av. Solmar No. 1A Col. Centro
Cabo San Lucas, BCS, México