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Angela Haines
Fri, 5 Feb 2016 06:11 EST
My husband was killed and buried in Turkey
Is there a private email address I can use to contact the British Embassy or Consulate please.
Sun, 24 Jan 2016 05:15 EST
Condominium law re.illegal egm
Please can anyone help. Need good advice from solicitor didum altinkum. M
Adal Usman
Tue, 8 Sep 2015 14:56 EDT
15 year son deported because his name is same as terrorist
We recently booked a holiday through Thomson to Altinkum, for a 5* all inclusive holiday at Venosa Beach resort. There was a total of 11 of us. 5 from my family and 5 from my brothers and my mother. When we arrived at Bodrum Airport the 10 of us passed through airport checks but my son was held back. The 2 airport policemen started talking in Turkish and called a airport official who spoke some English and told me they could not let my son enter because he's name is the same as a terrorist on their wanted list. To my disgust this was such a pathetic excuse, we returned on the next flight back to Birmingham. I want compensation from Turkish authorities. Where do I start?? Any ideas....
Barbara Corker
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 06:05 EDT
We have residency permits and didn't know that if we have spent more than 120 days away from Turkey that we are losing our permits which we have 2 years left on so now it looks like we have to buy another visa, we have booked 8 weeks from april returning June and again for 8 weeks late August until October, will we be allowed all these weeks on our visa or can we buy another visa for august
Jacqueline McNamara (
Sat, 21 Sep 2013 12:06 EDT
Burglary in Bodrum
I recently visited Bodrum from 7th to 17 of September 2013. On the morning of Friday 13th our villa was burgled and the crime was reported to the police. I have a crime number but need a copy of the statement given to the police for my insurance company. How do I get this information? I have a crime number but need to send the actual statement. Please help.
Carolyn Seddon
Sun, 7 Jul 2013 16:40 EDT
Threats from a Turkish National Man
My Partner and I had a villa in Didim until recently. We had to sell to pay back money that was borrowed to us by family to buy in the first place, we lost a lot of money on the sale. In short. We agreed to sell to an agent. We went to his office with him, he printed off his computer a "Contract" he said it was standard, it stated that if either backed out we would have to pa 10K penalty. We signed and he signed. He put this in is files with copies of our passports. He then agreed to give us a 10K deposit the next day. This was not written on the contract but he did agree this. Then he said we had to go with him to the Notary to give him Power of Attorney. We did this, he paid for this. The next day we went to his office to get our Deposit, which we had asked for in Sterling. He was not available, he has a bar opposite his office he was not there. We went 5 times throughout that day. At 5.30pm we went to the Notary, we asked if we could cancel the POA. They said we could and said that there was no reason for him to have this as long as we were still in the country. We paid to cancel and they sent him a copy. We went the next day told him we had cancelled it and asked for the deposit, he said yes yes I will get for you. This went on for almost two weeks. We told him we had had other offers, we thought it would make him give us a deposit. It did not. We then were running out of money, which is why we wanted the deposit in Sterling. We sold to someone else. We went again to tell him, he was not there. We got an early flight and came home. Since then we have been getting threats, saying he is taking us to court, saying he will send his brother round to our UK home to get money from us, that he will come over to get money from us. We believe the Contract was not legal as it was not notarised. Now he is also stating that he changed the whole amount of the purchase price of 45K to Sterling for us and he wants the money that he lost on the transaction. He said he will just let it drop if we pay him £2,500 he lost changing the money. we did not ask him to chang
rita pinchen
Wed, 18 Jan 2012 04:02 EST
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