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In some cases, you were dealing with hardened criminals.If you think what happened to you was illegal and the police are trustworthy, report it, otherwise, just chalk it up to experience. Everywhere in the world are people looking for unscrupulous ways to make money, all at someone else's expense, loss, and sometimes quite terrible suffering.Many scammers are quite smart; they know how to cheat money out of others in a manner in which identification and prosecution of themselves is difficult if not impossible, and where the victim has little if any recourse. Tourists are unfamiliar with the area, are often in need of help and information and tend to be trusting of those offering it, are likely not to question what they see or are told, do not know alternatives, often cannot speak the language where they are, carry large amounts of cash and available credit, often do not have a vehicle and therefore the freedom to travel anywhere they wish within the area, are unfamiliar with the area's law enforcement agencies, are afraid of getting in trouble with police themselves, are unlikely to return to the area to assist in the prosecution of the offenders, and are unlikely to ever cross paths with the scammers again.They take advantage of weak laws and law enforcement, thereby allowing themselves to effectively operate indefinitely while nothing is stopping them. One who has traveled enough is very likely to have been a victim of such a scam at some time in their lives.Some scams are quite obvious once they have occurred; the victim realizes they have been cheated but only after it is too late.Others are more subtle; the victim may never realize that anything went wrong and that they spent money they never needed to spend.There are common scams that occur in many places that the traveller should be aware of.
Several bits of common sense may help you stay out of trouble without your needing to know exactly what scams are practiced in what areas: Research into your destination, its general layout, and the usual price ranges are helpful in avoiding many scams.Prevention is based on knowledge: researching your destination will both alert you in advance to scams in the area and let you know what the usual prices and truly good sights are so you will be less reliant on the approaches of helpful individuals when you're vulnerable.At the same time, if you do get stung, don't be too hard on yourself: you were dealing with people who knew the location a lot better than you and with people who were out to deceive you.These are designed to get your money or business from you under false pretenses.
They fall into three categories: overcharging you, deceiving you or coercing you into paying for a service you don't want, and outright theft.
These scams are based upon the idea of offering you help or advice that is actually deceptive, trusting that you will rely on the scammer's "local knowledge".