>be amerimutt tourist. >0 social skill

>be amerimutt tourist
>0 social skill
>go to japan because I am a weeb + I want to see how the country looks like
>third day in Osaka
>Go to dotenbori
>this woman approaches me and asks me how to pronounce this english word on phone, cute japanese girl in her early 20s probably
>her english is nearly perfect, she said she studied in New York
>invites me to tea
>goes into this store in the back
>they serve me tea instantly
>she really seemed nice, we kept ordering more tea, even had some sweets ordered
>she then says she has to go to the bathroom for a second, she goes to the bathroom and is never seen again
>the waiter asks if there is anything else I would like and I ask for a check
>30k yen, in cash apparently because they don't have credit cards
>They show me the menu, tea was 5000 yen pet person, sweets were 2000 yen
> Didn't have that money on me so the waiter brought me to the ATM to pay up
>I got scammed in Japan...

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Low tier bait. This is the oldest scam in Asia and nobody is dumb enough to fall for it.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I was dumb enough...

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        then you deserve it

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >>this woman approaches me and asks me how to pronounce this english word on phone, cute japanese girl in her early 20s probably
    Either you're cute or she just wants to practice
    >>her english is nearly perfect, she said she studied in New York
    You're either cute or she's a scammer
    me to tea
    I already know where this is going
    I didn't know this shit happened in Japan, it's more of a China thing.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Yah I thought it was a China thing. Getting tea scammed in Japan is peak amerimutt though.

    • 1 year ago
      Op

      I made it up to deface Japan

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus christ imagine getting tea scammed in JAPAN lmao.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >not calling the cops

    moron. It's Japan, not some corrupt shithole like Thailand where the cops will side with the business.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      you have zero rights as a foreigner in japan. the police will look the other way

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Cops won’t even arrest Africans who drug and rob countless tourists a year in Roppongi. Japanese cops won’t demand bribes like Thai cops, but they don’t give a shit if a resident scams you.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Actually Japan is notorious for this kind of scam, and even Japanese town areas in other countries have it too.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Never heard of this scam in Japan or with Japanese, only with Chinese.
        Still worth watching out but I seriously doubt that OP has ever left his country or even state.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Never heard of this scam in Japan or with Japanese, only with Chinese.
        Still worth watching out but I seriously doubt that OP has ever left his country or even state.

        In Japan they more often than not take you to a bar and either drink you under the table or drug you and max out your credit card, depending on if it is just a friendly scam or yakuza. Girls or Africans taking you to a cool bar is a red flag, same if a local interrupts your bar hopping and says he knows a place with cute girls.
        With bars in Japan trust your gut and read up on them on Google or if absolutely necessary, plebbit and/or other similar tourist sites.
        Stay safe and don't amerimutt like OP

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Stay safe and don't amerimutt like OP
          It's not specifically a mutt thing I know plenty of aussies and bongs who both got had hard.

          Lots of it people don't read the signage that says entry fee, cost of time to stay there, and get that it's all overpriced shit to begin with. I was in Japan during december with some weebs and they thought they were getting scammed when we went to a pop up maid cafe that was themed. I had to point out that on the menu in Japanese it was 2500/yen for 30 min and then 15 min increments after at 500 yen. They didn't understand either that it was nomihodai so 3000 yen for all drinks for 30 minutes then 30 minute increments after.

          This is actually fairly normal you just need to read the damn signs. It's entirely possible OP just saw cute girl, didn't read the signs in japanese, then just blamed it on "being scammed".

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Surprised that this is done in Japan, I thought it would be too shameful. I would have started recording them on my phone and asked them to explain. It would cause outrage if it got into the media and Japanese people would probably gofundme all the money and more.

    I've had two hot women try this in Budapest who invited me to come with them for drinks. I knew of the scam though, so I suggested going somewhere else (just in case they were legit), and of course they then were adamant it had to be where they said.

    Once I was in Bangkok and this dude came up to me and asked for help, he said his brother was in trouble. He showed me his phone and there was this photo of a guy that looked suspiciously like him tied up in a chair with a bag on his head. He said that gangsters will kill his brother over gambling debt unless he repays the debt of 3000 baht in the next hour. I knew the whole thing was BS, so I told him that it's ok, I work for the FBI and we'll save his brother. He ran away.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >told him that it's ok, I work for the FBI and we'll save his brother. He ran away.

      You're a legend. Street smart.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Hey op can you tell us which store you guys had the tea :]

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    This unironically sounds more like a bong getting scammed
    >be amerimutt
    >willingly go to a shop for TEA
    Wrong bongbrain, mutts would go for soda booze or anything before fricking TEA.

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Fricking called it halfway when you said they just brought the tea and you kept on ordering still, that chick probably works for that tea house

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >They show me the menu, tea was 5000 yen pet person, sweets were 2000 yen
    In all honesty what time of day was this? This might have been one of those "rest cafes" where you pay 5000 yen for a place to sleep and all the food is overpriced because you missed the last train and a hotel is out of the question.

    >I got scammed in Japan...
    Can you link to the actual shop or area of it? I'm curious if this isn't one of those misunderstandings because you lack japanese skills

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I went to maid cafe and they charged me 30k yen and barely knew english. I think the place was ran by Yakuza members

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Deserved

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