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Kidnappings Mexico has one of the highest kidnapping rates in the world. Kidnappers target both the wealthy and middle class. Canadian citizens and contractors working for Canadian businesses have been kidnapped mostly in areas that are not under police and security forces control.
They are a method of abduction where criminals ask for a small and immediate ransom. Thieves most commonly work in cooperation with, or pose as, taxi drivers. They force victims to use their debit or credit card to withdraw money from ATMs in exchange for their release. Only use a reputable taxi company or a trusted ride-sharing app Book taxis through your hotel or an authorized taxi centre Virtual Kidnappings Virtual kidnappings also occur in Mexico. They then demand an immediate ransom for the release.
Unable to reach their loved one, the family members assume that the person has been kidnapped. Criminals use various means of gathering information about potential victims, including using social media sites or eavesdropping on conversations. Do not discuss travel plans, your room number or any other personal information within earshot of strangers Do not divulge personal business details to strangers in person or over the phone, especially when using hotel phones If you are threatened on the phone, hang up immediately Theft Petty crime, such as pickpocketing and purse snatching, occurs in Mexico.
Be aware of your surroundings at all times, even in areas normally considered safe Ensure that your belongings, including your passport and other travel documents, are secure at all times Avoid showing signs of affluence, such as flashy jewelry Carry only small amounts of money Be cautious when withdrawing cash from ATMs Violent Theft Armed robbery occurs.
Foreigners have been targets of robberies that sometimes involve assault. Robbers will follow a victim after they exchange or withdraw money at airports, currency exchange bureaus casas de cambio or ATMs. Stay in hotels and resorts with good security If you are threatened by robbers, stay calm and do not resist Avoid withdrawing or exchanging money in public areas of the airport Home break-ins Tourists staying in rental homes have been the victims of break-ins and burglaries.