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40 Tourist Scams You Need To Watch Out For When Traveling (2 pics)

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It doesn't matter what country you travel in because every country has its scammers. You can protect yourself if you know what to look for and this infographic is going to tell you exactly how to avoid these scams.

1 40 Tourist Scams You Need To Watch Out For When Traveling (2 pics)


2 40 Tourist Scams You Need To Watch Out For When Traveling (2 pics)


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№1 Author: morrel2 (13 Feb 2015 02:59) Total user comments: 682


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Some of them are badly labeled, e.g. the streets games one is very common in Barcelona as well. And the closed hotel has the location as Europe, mentions hotels copying names of more famous hotels- that's actually a very common scam in Vietnam, Hanoi in particular.
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№2 Author: Phynix4 (13 Feb 2015 16:48) Total user comments: 5461


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keep a hand on your wallet, and eye on what you are doing and pay attention. Don't be a stupid tourist, or you will be a broke, stupid tourist. Locals thrive on stupid people in too big of a hurry to pay simple attention to what they are doing or where they are going.
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№3 Author: styopa (13 Feb 2015 18:09) Total user comments: 1282


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1) most scams don't work if you aren't trying to get "a deal", go around the system, or something for cheap.
2) learn to say "NO" and mean it. Understand that this isn't "a simple misunderstanding" and you don't care whether these people like you or not. Say NO, then Fuck off, then "I'm getting a cop".
3) When in doubt about something "official", find another authority figure. Usually a scammer will find a reason to flee.
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№4 Author: KENDEX (13 Feb 2015 23:31) Total user comments: 0


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The bracelet scam is also very common in Jamaica, mostly on the beach in Negril.
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