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Manila is oftentimes depicted very negatively in the media, so much so that a lot of travelers can’t wait to get out of there the moment they arrive.They find they can’t stand the city’s air and noise pollution, and are turned off by the many warnings they have heard about tourists being scammed in the Philippine capital.
Victims had told of meeting kids, grandparents, and siblings of the original two women.Once trust is fully established, you will get invited to an out-of-town trip with the whole family.If you go with them, you will find yourself drugged (Ativan is the brand name of a sedative) in a guesthouse somewhere, and when you wake up, all your valuables will be gone.In other instances, only the credit cards will be stolen.You will never see the “family” again and you will be left with thousands of dollars charged on your card. How to avoid this scam: Here’s a detailed story from a victim, with photos of the scamming “family.” Although some details are different (the victim didn’t know until afterwards that she’d been scammed), the modus remains the same.
The victim: Virtually anybody, both locals and foreign tourists alike The modus: When you hail a taxicab in Manila, the driver may not turn on the meter.