Travel scams to watch out for this summer

If a bargain seems too good to be true…it’s too good to be true.
The “Found” Ring: An innocentor a good price — which is several times more than he paid for nd it back, the “tourist” fumbles and drops it on .Travel scams to watch out for this summer.the ground, where it breaks into pieces. He will either ask you to pay for repairhe starts taking off her clothes — very slowly. Once she’s down to her underwear, the vendor apologizes and she leaves. Suddenly all the men in the crowd find out that their wallets have “left,” too, thanks to a team of pickpockets working during the show.