Krystal Resort Cancun Members Highlight The Pushy Musician Scam

Krystal Resort Cancun scam reduction members say that the street performers are fun to watch in many cities. The street performers depend on people who pass by them to donate money for the music they provide. However, some of these street performers will also try to scam people out of money as well. They often target travelers who may not be familiar with the laws of the city.

The scam is fairly basic, reminds the members of Krystal Resort Cancun Scam Squad. When a tourist approaches a street performer, the musician will hand them a copy of a CD they have made of their music. The tourist will check out the CD, but when they try to hand it back, the street performer will refuse to take it and will insist that the tourist has already bought the CD. They will then demand money from the tourist.

Many tourists will give in and pay for the CD. They will then walk away and allow the street performer to look for their next victim. Instead of giving the money for the CD, there is a much simpler solution to this scam. All the tourist needs to do is to put the CD down on the sidewalk at the musician’s feet and walk away. The street performer will say something, but will generally not want to create a scene. This will detract anyone else from falling for their scam.

If the street performer threatens to call the authorities, that is fine. Tell them to go ahead and do that or even better, the tourist can contact the authorities themselves. That will usually end any problems that you may have had with the street performer and allow you to enjoy the rest of your day advise the members of Krystal Resort Cancun Scam Squad.