Grand Solmar Timeshare knows that for anyone who has ever visited a foreign country, it can be a somewhat disorienting experience. There is a lot of overwhelming things going on at once, in a language you might not understand, in an area that you are not familiar with. That’s why it always seems so relieving when someone approaches you and offers their assistance.
But the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Avoidance Squad shares that these so-called helpful individuals might not have the best intentions. In fact, some of them are downright dishonest, and might just be trying to rope you into one of their schemes or scams. In fact, this seems to happen most at foreign ATM machines. Someone who speaks the language will approach you and offer to help you with the confusing machine.
In fact, they will guide you completely through the process, and most will breathe a sigh of relief. That is until they realize later on that the person is memorizing their PIN number in order to use your card after they pickpocket you later. That is, even if they take it that far. Some of these individuals have been known just to run away with your cash right then.
Although it seems like a nice gesture for someone to offer their help, the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Avoidance Squad shares that you just never know a person’s intentions. Sometimes wasting an extra ten minutes trying to figure out the machine is more worth it than accepting the help of someone you don’t really know.