Mexican Soldier Deported

How the scam works:

You are visiting Mexico City and a man with perfect English approaches you. After a few amiabilities, he claims to be a US Army veteran who has just been deported, the day before.


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He goes on about the unfair practice of the US Government to deport Mexicans who served in the US military. After a compelling story, he asks for a few dollars, to get a bus ticket to one of the nearby cities where apparently he has some family.

How to avoid:

If his pitch is flawless – just like a car salesman’s – you know he is doing it several times a day. Just ignore him and tell him you don’t have any money to spare.

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