菜宝钱包(caibao.it)是使用TRC-20协议的Usdt第三方支付平台,Usdt收款平台、Usdt自动充提平台、usdt跑分平台。免费提供入金通道、Usdt钱包支付接口、Usdt自动充值接口、Usdt无需实名寄售回收。菜宝Usdt钱包一键生成Usdt钱包、一键调用API接口、一键无实名出售Usdt。

首页体育正文

哈希108竞彩平台(www.hx198.vip)_Tourism authorities must tackle online scams

admin2022-06-1634

哈希108竞彩平台www.hx198.vip)采用波场区块链高度哈希值作为统计数据,游戏数据开源、公平、无任何作弊可能性,哈希108竞彩平台开放单双哈希、幸运哈希、哈希定位胆、哈希牛牛等游戏。

,

RECENTLY, a couple was arrested for cheating. The victim paid online for a homestay in Jalan Pasir Panjang in Kuala Terengganu, only to discover that the facility was non-existent.

This prompted State Tourism, Culture and Digital Technology Committee deputy chairman Sulaiman Sulong to issue a statement advising tourists planning to holiday in Terengganu to only deal with licensed agents.

He said guides for tourist destinations are available on the State Tourism Development Department’s social media pages.

He added that the list of licensed tourist agents is  found on the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry’s (Motac) website at https://www.motac.gov.my/semakan/tobtab. 

The advice may be well intentioned but it is of little help. It also shows the disconnect between those perched on the top in tourism and what is happening on the ground.

To begin with, the main reason most tourists choose homestays over licensed hotels is that they wish to pay less.

And unlike homestays on Motac’s programme, others are unlicensed and unregistered. The latter advertise online or with small signs by the roadside. These are unlikely to be listed on the websites of Motac or a state government agency.

Nor would registered tourism agents be selling unlicensed homestays as companies regulated as “tour operating business and travel agency business” are not allowed to deal with unlicensed tour operators.

In any case, many online shoppers will continue to be scammed. Those looking for bargains are particularly vulnerable, and even those casually surfing the internet could be enticed by irresistible offers that are too good to be true.

There should be a systematic way to keep track of cheap or suspicious online offers for holiday services without having to employ people just to do such work. Instead, the State Tourism, Culture and Digital Technology Committee could form a task force to tackle online scams.

Private sector personnel from hotels, homestays and travel agents could be roped in to conduct surveillance and a mechanism in place to facilitate reports of fraudulent activities so that the police could conduct sting operations without delay and scammers are apprehended.

If this were to be done in all the states and territories, it would certainly reduce the number of scams targeted at holidaymakers, although it would be impossible to wipe out all online cheating cases as many people will continue to be greedy, frightened, and hungry for love. – June 15, 2022.

* Y.S. Chan reads The Malaysian Insight.


转载说明:本文转载自Sunbet。

网友评论