Dating holidays abroad
Remember, the only way to avoid being scammed is to buy tickets from the promoter, the venue box office, a reputable ticket exchange site or an official agent.If a website shows the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) logo, you can check if they really are members by contacting STAR directly.I wouldn’t trade in my experience for the world, but I want to share some of the darker sides of falling in love abroad that no one talks about. I met a fantastic guy, I became fluent in Spanish from constantly conversing with my novio and his friends and family in their language.I learned colloquial terms and sayings I never would have known and got an insiders look into lesser-known spots in the city.They will come up with a convincing story as to why they can’t use their own bank account.
The scammer’s website will offer tickets that have not gone on sale yet or to events that are sold out.From her own experiences, our contributor breaks it down for all of those starry-eyed youngsters hoping to fall in love while abroad.It seems like a dream…you move to a mysterious new land, meet a handsome stranger and fall hopelessly, passionately in love.They may claim they have an ill relative or they are stranded in a country they don’t want to be in.They may not ask you directly for money, hoping instead that you’ll offer it out of the goodness of your heart. Never send money abroad to a person you have never met or to anyone you don’t actually know and trust.