February 13, 2024 – The Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, a luxurious retreat in the heart of the South Pacific, is set to welcome officials and international media for the highly anticipated 2024 Corona Fiji Pro. While the excitement for the surfing competition is palpable, ANZ regional executive Pacific, Sarah Stubbings, has issued a warning against the surge in romance and dating scams.
Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay: A Paradise for Surfers and Luxury Seekers
Nestled along the shores of Momi Bay, the Fiji Marriott Resort is a haven for travelers seeking a perfect blend of adventure and relaxation. Its unique overwater bungalows, the first of their kind in Fiji, offer an unparalleled experience of luxury and tranquility. With direct access to the crystal-clear lagoon, these bungalows provide a front-row seat to the breathtaking marine life that surrounds them. The resort’s adult-only zone, dubbed the “Lagoon Terrace,” caters to those seeking a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
In addition to the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, other resorts in Fiji with overwater bungalows include the Kokomo Private Island Fiji and the Likuliku Lagoon Resort. Each of these resorts offers its own unique take on the overwater bungalow experience, with luxurious amenities and stunning views of the surrounding natural beauty.
Romance Scams on the Rise: A Warning from ANZ
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, so too does the risk of falling victim to online scams. Sarah Stubbings, ANZ regional executive Pacific, has issued a stern warning about the rise in romance and dating scams, which often target individuals through social media and dating apps. These scammers work diligently to build trust with their victims before exploiting it for financial gain.
According to Stubbings, “Scammers are becoming more sophisticated in their methods, and it’s important for our customers to be aware of the risks. We advise everyone to be cautious when sharing personal information online and to watch for any discrepancies in conversation that may indicate a potential scam.”
ANZ has provided a list of tips to help customers protect themselves from these scams, including being wary of unsolicited friend requests, avoiding sharing sensitive information, and verifying the identity of individuals before engaging in financial transactions. If customers suspect that they have been scammed, they are urged to contact ANZ immediately.
The 2024 Corona Fiji Pro: A Celebration of Surfing and Culture
The upcoming 2024 Corona Fiji Pro promises to be an exciting event for both surfers and spectators alike. With the prestigious competition taking place at the world-renowned Cloudbreak, surfers will be challenged by some of the most powerful and consistent waves on the planet. The Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay will serve as the official accommodation for officials and international media, providing them with a luxurious base from which to cover the event.
Beyond the thrilling surf action, the 2024 Corona Fiji Pro also offers a unique opportunity to celebrate Fiji’s rich culture and traditions. From traditional dance performances to local cuisine and crafts, visitors will be immersed in the vibrant spirit of the South Pacific.
As the countdown to the 2024 Corona Fiji Pro continues, the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay stands ready to welcome guests with open arms. Amidst the excitement and anticipation, it is essential to remain vigilant against the threat of romance scams. By following the advice of ANZ and being cautious when engaging online, individuals can ensure that their Fijian adventure remains a truly unforgettable experience.
- Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay to host officials and international media for the 2024 Corona Fiji Pro
- Romance and dating scams are on the rise, with scammers exploiting trust for financial gain
- ANZ regional executive Pacific, Sarah Stubbings, advises customers to be cautious and contact ANZ immediately if scammed
- Overwater bungalows at the Fiji Marriott Resort offer a unique and luxurious experience
- The 2024 Corona Fiji Pro will showcase Fiji’s rich culture and powerful surf