Here are some more interesting travel scams such as the Mayan Dollar scam for you travelers of abroad.
In Mexico's Riviera Maya earlier this year, Scambuster Keith was mightily impressed by the low prices offered by traders for souvenirs at the famous Chichen Itza heritage site.
"Only five dollars," the trader would shout, thrusting a handmade bag or an ornate stone carving in front of him.
But once hooked, he discovered this price turns out to be "Mayan dollars," a non-existent currency that someone apparently dreamt up and many traders now use.
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