Former single star Tiffany Scanlon warned her fellow travelers after they were allegedly cheated out of money at supermarkets in Bali, Indonesia.
The 31-year-old took her Instagram Story on Thursday to claim that she was "scamming". supposedly it cost him more than $ 1,000 & # 39;
In a video titled & # 39; Bali scam warning & # 39; Tiffany said: & # 39; I want to warn anyone in Bali to go buy in a supermarket & # 39;.
Tiffany explained that on three separate trips to three different supermarkets, she was charged much more than it should have been.
"They charged me an additional zero at the end of each transaction," he said.
"Instead of spending $ 24, they charged me $ 244. So I warn you guys," she said, adding that she "was swindled more than $ 1,000" in total.
& # 39; Stolen more than $ 1,000 & # 39 ;: On Thursday, Tiffany Scanlon of The Bachelor (pictured) warned her fellow travelers about a supermarket scam in Bali to which she was victim
However, two hours later, Tiffany tried to put things in perspective.
In a follow-up video, she said that her "small banking dilemma was very, very insignificant" compared to the earthquake disaster in Lombok.
Tiffany, who is Megan Marx's ex-girlfriend, has been in war lately.
"Scammed": Tiffany said about the alleged scam: "They charged me an additional zero at the end of each transaction, instead of spending $ 24, they charged me $ 244 & # 39;
In July, she revealed the anguished moment when she almost died while taking a selfie.
Tiffany took Instagram to share her own story after the shocking death of three young Instagram and YouTube stars who died when they fell from a waterfall in Canada.
Tiffany explained that she had been taking pictures in time on a cliff on the island of Nusa Penida, 20 km off the southeast coast of the mainland of Bali, when she dropped her phone.
Lost money: "The transaction was processed three times, and an additional zero was charged at the end of each transaction, instead of spending $ 24, they charged me $ 244," added Tiffany.
"My phone had landed in a bush about five meters deep, without thinking, I went down after my phone," he recalled.
"When I arrived and had my phone in my hand, the relief was quickly replaced by fear because I suddenly realized the stupid situation I had gotten myself into.
& # 39; One wrong step and the rocks would move and I would slip and fall to death. I clung to the side of the mountain range and began to pray. "
Adventurer: in July, Tiffany revealed the anguished moment when she almost lost her life for a selfie
Two fellow tourists helped Tiffany back up, and the life-threatening situation made her realize that some selfies did not justify the risk.
She added: "They were the scariest few minutes of my life and I thought of my friends waiting for me at the top and they told me that a girl had died and that they had discovered that it was me.
"I thought of my parents devastated and angry with me for not knowing anything better, I thought about the reports that I had died trying to get my phone back! My stupid and damn phone!
Nearby call: "I thought of my parents devastated and angry at me for not knowing anything better, I thought about the reports that I had died trying to get my phone back! My stupid and damn phone!