Grand Solmar Timeshare shares that the experience of making memories while on your vacation is often your focus and hope for any trip. Often, the time spent exploring a new place with the people you love most makes for some of the most cherished memories of a person’s life. This is the reason why the customer service team behind the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Avoidance Team want to advise travelers about a common scam that’s been going more and more frequently in recent times, and is something everyone should make a point to be aware while traveling this fall.
Whenever you are on vacation, often these moments are spent with a spouse, boyfriend or just one companion. It can be difficult, whether on a vacation with 2 or 10, to get a photo without leaving someone out. While one member of your group stands in behind the lens instead of at the front of whatever landmark is trying to be captured will get the attention of a kind stranger, a possible scammer. He may approach you and your friends and say he would be happy to snap the picture for you.
But this is when the scam takes place. Grand Solmar Timeshare advises to be weary of who you trust with something absolutely irreplaceable: a device that holds each and every memory of your vacation so far. In fact, these so-called “friendly” folks have been to known to start harassing people for payment for their “service,” and in some cases, might just decide to run off with your camera. It’s always better to be safe rather than sorry, so sometimes it’s better to just say no to a stranger rather than risk being scammed. For other helpful travel tips and information, please visit https://twitter.com/GrandSolmarTime