Grand Solmar Scam Prevention Team Warns Against Wi-Fi Scams

Grand Solmar Scam Prevention team was established so that members of this luxury resort could feel safe and comfortable while they were booking their vacations, and this team is sharing the most recent information about Wi-Fi Scams to protect travelers this summer.

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Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 02, 2013

Grand Solmar Scam Prevention Team is focused on protecting the interest of members through education on the most current travel scams plaguing the industry and one of the easiest scams to fall for is the Wi-Fi scam. This world is technology fueled and travelers are not paying attention to their security risks when they travel abroad or domestically, and this is why the scam prevention team is reminding travelers to be wary of unsecured wireless connections as they are the source of the Wi-Fi Scam.

Grand Solmar Scam Prevention Team consistently researches the top scams in the industry so that members can do their best to avoid hazardous situations and can diminish their chances of becoming victims to rampant scams plaguing the industry. The scam prevention team understands that travelers like to stay connected to the world back home so they look to get online as soon as possible, even as soon as they land at the airport. This desire to get online is one that can blind them from what may seem like obvious risks associated with unsecured wireless locations. Travelers that don’t pay attention to unsecured locations can find themselves returning from their trips with drained bank accounts and maxed out credit cards. Thankfully, the scam prevention team has a few tips to keep secure information safe on vacation.

Grand Solmar Scam Prevention Team recommends that individuals only connect to secure wireless connections, and never risk unsecured locations. When connecting to unsecured wireless connections individuals can be monitored, giving thieves access to bank account passwords, credit card information, email passwords, and other secure information. Travelers should wait until arriving at their hotel before accessing any wireless connection, or they should pay for access at cafes or even the airport. As long as travelers access a connection that needs a password, they are on a secure location. Individuals also need to be careful because there are many wireless locations that are named after hotels and restaurants that look safe. These copycat connections can easily trick travelers, so just remember that without a password there is no secure connection.

Grand Solmar Scam prevention team relays important scam information so that members can focus on enjoying their vacations without worrying about being victims of travel scams. Those interested in experiencing a new level of customer service and support, should book their next trip at Grand Solmar, so they can see what improved vacation experiences have to offer.

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Grand Solmar Scam Prevention Team Contact Information:
Av. Solmar No. 1A Col. Centro
Cabo San Lucas, BCS, C.P. 23450
México 23450
Hotel Reservations Call: 1 800 344 33 49
US Sales Office and Fishing Fleet Reservations Call: 1 310 459-7276
US Fax: 1 (310) 454 1686
Time Share Member Reservations and Customer Support Call: 1 310 459-7276
Ph (624) 145 7575 / Fax (624) 143 6655
email: info(at)solmar(dot)com(dot)mx


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