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Thu, 28 Apr 2016 03:20 EDT
complain about Mr. Wang's working attitude in service of verification documents
I would like to strongly complain one of the staff -Mr Wang’s attitudes in the verification service including letting customers wait for him about long time, and throwing pen on the table to me as well as raising voice rudely in the public while he is doing his duty.
I went to the service of verification academic documents in Germany Consulate-General of Hong Kong. I met Mr. Wang who is the staff worked there in the counter 3. He asked me to copy the certification as A4 because they only accepted A4 sized copies. I said to him thank you and went to copy the document. After I came back, he was not in the counter, and I and another customer waited him for about 30 minutes, and the securities called him a few times. When he came back to the counter, he showed his rudeness and unprofessional attitudes towards to me, and he kept ask me if I needed the verification in the back. I was puzzled a little and then answered him politely that in the front would be fine, and it was not necessary in the back. Then he threw his pen on the table to me, and raised his voice loudly and spoke to me rudely in front of the public. I was shocked and asked him to explain a little bit more, because I do not know exactly the Germany rules about verification. In Australia, the verification can be put in the front page of the document.
I feel I am humiliated and threatened in the public by his rudeness. As a highly educated person, I am surprised that how can he delivered this unprofessional service with threatening attitudes at work, and I do not believe that he is qualified to provide the service for the Consulate-General Germany of Hong Kong.
Weng from Philippines
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 08:30 EDT
Hello I'm Filipino who got married to a German guy this month of Sept..i want to know sir madam if i need to report our marriage in the German consulate...i also did report our marriage in Philippines consulate..please can give me the exact details..thank all of you
Dennis Lam
Thu, 30 Jan 2014 06:49 EST
Das ist comme du vin.
To the consulate only,
I went to hospital in 3 feb 2013 Ruttonjee hospital Wan Chai Hong Kong. I stung by a big wasp and went to emerg. they give me a small light blue pill and later I ate dinner went ot take a bath and the half body blood vessel is breaking and edema swelling and leg has bacteria expanding swelling they give me a biscuit check me I can eat I ate and the thoats is getting acidic a lead poison appear and you eat to much can food and police taking no very serious they want some success. You dont feel like eating after few bit you dont want to eat.and the tongue has lost the taste and is rusting damage burning if you eat crisp is difficult you lost all the fun.

Dennis Lam 25779850.
Dennis Lam
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 11:54 EDT
commis de vin mit icemachine
In 1980 December my house in Happy Valley has been rob. My mother jewelly has been all gone by 7 men from next building area they climb back to the next building and run away. At that time they don't like any pro germany like jude or any WWII left out General or soldier you have to die. My old adress 81 Wongnei chong Rd. 4,5fl.Happy Valley Hong Kong.At that time any CC business worth $5 and slowly and not understand loss slowly close down the business. My restaurant is called Orchid Garden Restaurant because personnel is too old no one want to leave so... The people is very violent come with couple and hit you one and hit you twice and call you to say sorry if not pay and not sorry they call police , police don't not like soldier boy rich .

Dennis Lam Tel:25779850 home

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