“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
Thursday December 14th 2017

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  • http://www.scaminfo.org ScamInfo

    Useful article, thanks! We have to let all other tourists know about these scams. I got so frustrated that decided to set up a website aimed specifically at tourist fraud. It’s http://www.scaminfo.org If you have been scammed and you don’t want other people to suffer, forward the link to your friends, Facebook book it, Twitter it. Let as many people know about it, as possible. The aim of our website is to become the largest online resource detailing all the tourist scams around the world. The more people know about it, the less they will fall prey of these scam artists. Hopefully, once we become large and popular – airlines and tourist agencies will take note of our recommendations and mention our advice to their clients and then there is no hiding for those scam rats! 

    Let’s help others not fall victim of the same crime we did! 
    http://www.scaminfo.org – tourists beware!   

  • http://twitter.com/mellylifshitz Melly Lifshitz

    There are people who will do everything to distort money from others.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cindycinn Cindy Moore

    Great advice!! I’m definitely gonna be sure to pass this info on to my women friend travelers, especially the part about following people away from main areas looking for special deals. You know how we women love to shop!! Thanks for the info again!!