If a bargain seems too good to be true...it’s too good to be true.
The “Found” Ring: An innocent-looking person picks up a ring on the ground in front of you and asks if you dropped it.
But don’t think it can’t happen to more sophisticated travelers, too.
There are many subtle ways to be scammed — a cabbie pads your fare, a shop clerk suddenly inflates prices, a public Internet terminal records your password, or a waiter offers a special with a “special” increased price.
Many of the most successful gambits require a naive and trusting tourist.A friend contacted me looking for some advice for keeping track of her daughter’s cell phone activity.Her teen is very active on her phone (not a big surprise!He is a very lovely pup -- good-natured and affectionate. Please get in touch if you're interested, and I'd be happy to discuss details!Andrew Zurcher [email protected] The study aims to understand some of the underlying mechanisms of human memory.