Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team- No More Scams-The Instant Access Pass to Mexican Travel

Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team- No More Scams-The Instant Access Pass to Mexican Travel

Apr 05

Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team -No More Scams – The Instant Access Pass to Mexican Travel.   The Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team recently acknowledged the prevalence of fraudulent activity in major resorts and high tourism areas.  There is nothing that travelers can do to prevent scammers from accessing major resorts and high tourism activities.   However, travelers can arm themselves with information to combat scammers from making themselves victims.

Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team says that the more information you have, the less likely you are to become a victim of the next scam scheme.   Most scammers come in the form of helpful citizens or servants.  There are several types of con artists, and not one of them will look like a common thief.   Here are the common descriptions of several types of con artists you will run into while traveling in Mexico:

1.            Travel Agents offering comprehensive services.

2.            Time Share Representatives.

3.            Front Desk personnel calling on the telephone.

4.            Citizens asking for directions or assistance.

5.            Rental car agents.

Not ALL of these personnel are scammers however.   Many of these agents are legitimate businessmen and women offering their services especially with reputable institutions.   However, you need to distinguish between the two.   If you can book your services ahead of time so you have an opportunity to check and verify references, its better.   When you wait until the last minute to acquire services, you are more than likely to run into higher fees for services and people that are more likely to take advantage of your needs.

Krystal Resorts Scam Prevention Team says if you run into any type of prize sweepstakes while abroad resist the temptation to apply for it, because often you will be asked to verify your eligibility by providing personal information, which may be another opportunity for a scam or con artist to steal your personal information and never give banking or financial information out.