San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 08, 2013
Krystal Resort scam prevention squad is now sharing three very important tips to help members in their travels during spring break. When going on vacations travelers like to leave all the stresses of work behind and truly relax. This is how con artists can swoop in and take advantage of travelers.
The Krystal Resort scam prevention squad has collected a few of the most beneficial tips to adhere to when traveling. They call for travelers to stay vigilant and be aware of what is going on around them to avoid becoming a victim.
1- Perhaps the most common thing to look out for will be luggage theft as it is pretty simple to pull off. A traveler is waiting in a line for a flight, food, at the hotel, anywhere, and a stranger runs into them spilling a drink or food in the process. The traveler will naturally become more concerned with helping the person clean up and figure out what happened. In this commotion, a thief will take the opportunity to steal the travel’s bag and walk off with it because they are distracted.
This scam has been around for a long time and should be easy to avoid. The Krystal Resort scam prevention squad advises to remain calm and stay alert. Never let luggage or other personal belongings become out of sight or out of mind. That can be all it takes to avoid the scam.
2- Another popular scam comes from them accessing personal information from unaware smartphone and laptop users. Wi-Fi is everywhere nowadays and people have no problems connecting to free internet access. The problem with all these free hotspots is that scam artists or hackers can create a network that looks like a real hotspot but it is actually a way for them to steal information from the connected device.
To stay safe it is a good idea to check with the staff about what the official network name is to avoid connecting to a scammer. The Krystal Resort scam prevention squad notes that this simple suggestion will protect personal information from con artists.
3- It is always a good idea to be aware of any valuables, such as jewelry or a wallet, when in a large group. In popular tourist areas there can be street performers that draw in large crowds. Sometimes such performances are only to distract the crowd while pickpockets run through and steal from them.
To always stay safe, the Krystal Resort scam prevention squad recommends keeping a hand on any valuables when going through dense crowds. This way nothing can be stolen. Krystal Resort scam prevention squad offers this third tip with a caution that this type of scam could happen anywhere.
Krystal Resorts Contact Information:
Toll Free: 1-888-774-0040
Locally: (305) 774-0040
info (at) krystalcancun (dot) com