Just a warning to tourists about a scam surrounding the sale of Electronics. We were in Tenerife a couple of weeks ago and stopped to look in an Electronics shop. A very respectable looking guy said he would do us a great deal on a Samsung Tablet. We had a look and said we would take one at his price of 56 euros, after asking if it would work alright in the UK. We were told it would.After paying for it, another guy appeared and said he wanted to speak to us about the tablet. He told us it would not work in the UK unless we bought a contract with Vodafone but he could offer us a 2017 model made by Toshiba for extra money. Foolishly we agreed to take this one but subsequently discovered that it was a fake when we showed it to another genuine Electronics salesman in a different shop. He advised us to report this to the Police who said they were aware that this was happening but as the name on the receipt matched the name on the Tablet, they were not actually breaking the law (It did not say Toshiba on the receipt or the Tablet, which we did not notice when we bought it). The Police told us that if the shop had put a different name on the receipt to that on the Tablet, then that was a scam! They suggested we return to the shop and ask for our money back (but would not come with us), but said that if we had a problem, we were to ring them and they would attend. We returned to the shop and after some discussion with the owner, and telling him that we had been to the Police, he agreed to refund the money. We also discovered that they are scamming people into buying cameras as well. So beware if something seems to be too good to be true, it probably is.