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I have written at length about a tour guide I hired summer and I believe the reason I was able to use his surname is because he advertises his services on public social media platforms to include TA. Motasem did not advertise his tour guide services on public social media platforms until October 5, which was after I wrote the post.
If you want to see who I may be referring to and the Facebook page publicly advertising his tour guide services, you can find it on the Petra Development and Tourism Regional Authority website web. He uses 2 last surnames; one begins with a J and the other an H largest Bedouin tribe in Jordan. I write more about that below per what Motasem told me. Also know that the experiences I am writing about are not exclusive to me. I have heard from several individuals who have gone through the same scam.
I have combined and updated my 2 postings about Motasem that outline my tour experience, his gang related activity in Amman , his drug dealing, drug use, weapons use, and intent to harm police. If you would like the recording of him describing the latter 5 items, feel free to contact me. This man is a crooked scam artist. I am not disparaging the real leader, I am simply repeating what has been widely written and bringing to light the realities of authority.
Over the past year, I have hired 8 tour guides. While 6 have been great, 2 have been disastrous. I am writing about Motasem whom I hired for a 5-day tour in early summer - a mega-disaster — unbelievable. I will provide the facts so that would-be travelers can make their own decisions. The experience was a multi-month colossal disaster pulled together by a dangerous scam artist. I met Motasem in early when he approached me at Petra by Night. It is common practice for Wadi Musa tour guides to hang out at PbN and try to solicit tours for the following day.
We exchanged numbers and followed up a few days later for a short 2-hour hike in Petra. Early in our discussions the hike started as 5 days and then went to 4 days. For several months, Motasem contacted me via text and phone calls numerous times a week. I made it very clear and detailed what I wanted on the itinerary and even provided some communications in Arabic so that there was no misunderstanding. Admittedly, he contacted me more than was necessary and became friendly. Looking back and considering what I was told by locals in Amman and Wadi Musa, this was a classic scam job.