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Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Avoidance Squad knows how many tourists are wary of scammers that may be lurking to take advantage of unsuspecting people. This paranoia may lead people to not enjoy a vacation because they are constantly on the look out for something bad to happen. However, the easiest way to prevent this is to study up on all of the common scams, and be well educated on ways to avoid them.

A travel scam that many people might be shocked to learn about is the potential for fake police officers in certain tourist areas. Because police officers are considered to be of high authority and should be well respected, this is an ingenious con on the part of scammers. These fake police officers may approach a tourist and claim that they are in violation of some law. They then require that the tourist needs to pay a fine for some supposed law that was violated. Not wanting to argue with an authority in another country, the tourist may quickly pay the amount of money without thinking twice about it. Another possibility is for the officer to demand to check someone’s wallet, in search of counterfeit bills. In this case, they will take off with the wallet before the blink of an eye.

Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Reduction Team reveals that an easy way to avoid this scam without getting in trouble with the real authorities is to state that they will only pay the fine at the police station. Once they are escorted to the police station, they will then hand over the money or their wallet if it is in fact, the real deal.