In tourist-heavy areas you can be pestered constantly by touts and scammers and after a while the natural reaction is to just ignore anyone who approaches you on the street.
Then you will be taken to a quiet alley and the driver will tell you that he actually meant ¥300.
The reports say that the driver becomes physically aggressive when you refuse to pay, so it’s more like a robbery than a scam.
Touts at the bus or train station will often tell you the same thing. Let them tell you the story and then say, “That’s strange.
I just phoned the hotel an hour ago and they didn’t mention that it had burnt down yesterday.” If they persist, then tell them to stop and flag down a different taxi.
found a seller on he is verified member, but thief anyway and trying to cheat by suggesting illegal products that others legit vendors don’t supply, translated Western union him $ 1100 , after a while he gave the track , the track is offline fake for a month and the seller does not respond. Sub-Branch Business Dept Contury Mansion, No 39 Donghaixi Rd, Qingdao, China Beneficially: Qingdao Sitong Mineral Co., Ltd. 2) They requested for 10% deposit, 90% TT upon B/L. 4) At the same time, they started saying “Oh,,, price of Aluminum got higher so please pay $1,600/mt.” Well, they are obviously breaking the Contract. 6) From July 3 until now, they are not picking up the phone or replying my emails. When the container arrive Malaysia, they shipped us the 1 X 20′ GP unknown white powder.
all his contacts XINGTAI KAINUO PAPER MANUFACTURER, legit company, humble factory (OUR TEAM ACTUALLY VISITED the factory), aggressive sales team, whose tricked various customers all over Asia, and Europe (I cannot name names which however, they all are very disappointed that this company is still currently in business and that somehow they have been able to evade any complaints filed against them.) However, after 50% down payment received, they disappeared without a trace. SWIFT: BKCHCNBJ500 Acct: 233818576799 1) On June 25, 1013. When we contacted them for the wrong item shipped, they told us that the items are wrong shipped to their Malaysia customer.There are a number of common scams running in China, though none of them should catch out anyone but the greenest of travelers.The most likely way you will be ripped off in China is if your bartering skills aren’t up to scratch.If you go with these people you will be taken somewhere without any women but instead several imposing men who will extort you for every cent you have.Prostitution is illegal in China so there is nothing you can do. If you’re in the mood, it can be fun to toy with them a bit.If you fall for this, you shouldn’t have left your own country.