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AddressCalle 24 Bis No. 48-50
Bogotá, DC
Phonelocal: (01) 275.2000
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David B Timmerman,
Fri, 26 Feb 2016 15:57 EST
I Was Just Defrauded /Robbed in Colombia of over $4,000. Nobody Cares!
I recently returned from a vacation in Colombia from February 4th and 10th. I sustained over $3,100 in unauthorized credit card withdrawals and $1,000 in stolen cash in connection with a young lady claiming to love me in. She "invited" me down to meet her family that apparently functions as a family criminal enterprise.

My bankers and I have provided proof of the fraud, provided all relevant names and addresses of the
perpetrators, cedula numbers, etc. to the local police and the national police who apparently lack
the time, resources, or reservations to detain and question the guilty parties.

I have enjoyed previous travels to Colombia, but have no intention of ever going again. It is a grim, seething hotbed of endemic violence, criminality and pervasive corruption.

With every fiber of my being, I will tell family, friends, and associates what a decadent cesspool of liars, thieves, and thugs Colombia really is.

Anyone reading this is invited to contact me at the abovementioned address, or call my cell at
(843)424-6129. The Colombian police are less than useless and will always protect their own.


David B Timmerman
Raul Morua
Sat, 7 Nov 2015 23:06 EST
Colombian Citizens
There are many Colombian citizens that would love to see this great country The United States of America. I have traveled to Colombia on several occasions and have met law abiding citizens of Colombia that are fascinated about the USA. Some or most will never have the opportunity to see this great USA but I fill if a US Citizen that has no criminal record and would like to invite a law aiding Colombian Citizen or any citizen from any other country for that matter he or she should be able too. This would be beneficial to the US economically and other countries.
bobby green
Mon, 28 Sep 2015 20:27 EDT
denied visa twice, after more than a thousand dollars in fees
im a u.s citizen born in virginia. i married a colombian woman more than 5 years ago. we both work hard and have good jobs. we have been to colombia to visit her family with no problems, we have tried and paid on 2 different occasions to get visas for her parents to come visit us in the states and they have been denied twice. what the embassy is doing in colombia should be illegal.
Sean P. Moran
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 11:20 EDT
After a 4 year relationship with a Colombian woman name Liliana Veronica Navarro Caiaffa and her son Diego Alejandro Redondo Navarro from Barranquilla and thousands of dollars in support for her family over the course of our relationship and lawyer fees and personal trips to Colombia by myself, The k1 & K2 visa's were issued to her and her son in May of 2015. From the moment she arrived to the U.S. she was very elusive, constantly on her cell phone texting in secret ,very argumentative, Took my car without a license or my knowledge, and within 3 weeks she had her cousin from a nearby city here come to get her and I have not seen her since. I have since found valuables missing as well. I tried calling the I.N.S. to inform them but no-one will return my call or help me. I don't fault myself for being trusting. But after all the process to get them here there should be a follow up to any report on my behalf of a breach of contract and ill intent on the parties granted entry on my costly behalf.
Sat, 13 Jun 2015 16:06 EDT
Sub: Prayer for Please, give me any job to work to..i need a job for save my family.plz give me a one job..

Dear Sir/Madam,

I beg most respectfully that I am Mizanur Raman from Bangladesh. I need a job to your country for………
I am cordially agreed to come to your country for this job. I am prepared for this work and ready to come to your country.
I want to come to your country because I need a job about House ,keeper, Cleaner, Still worker, Hotelboy, Restaurant work, Drycleaning, Wash man, Field farmer, Store Keeper, car Cleaner, Shop
keeping and marketing etc. Please, give me a chance to serve to your country. I am mentally ready to come to your country. Please, give me a job to work.

Good written and oral communication ability in both English and Bengali.

…e-mail address,
… phone number,
Mob: +8801712842236
Work Experience………..10 years…… Skilled worker…..
Skilled worker ...Shop keeping and marketing….
…House keeper, Cleaner….
…Hotel boy, Restaurant work,
…Dry cleaning, Wash man,
...Field farmer, Store Keeper
…car Cleaner, Shop keeping

I therefore pray and hope that you will give me a work and obliged there by.

Sincerely yours
Mizanur Rahman
Mike A
Sat, 11 Apr 2015 14:10 EDT
Need information on my VA healthcare if I live in Colombia.
I'm 100% service connected veteran and would like to moved to Colombia but don't
Know how to get my medical needs and medication needs met? Can someone please
Be of assistance to me.
alex gutierrezday
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 00:33 EDT
denied visa to my stepson
I was born here in usa here in new york i invited my stepson to come here but you deny his visa i work hard here in nj and you guys have partys with prostitutes and everyday that not right what you do i would like to be investigated abut your action there my stepson should be deny because its legal what where doing and you guys are nt right that wrong i have people that will investigate all the stuff that consulate does in colombia and beingfeed by narcoswl see my stepson name was harry orzco the one you guys deny
orlando sepulveda
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 16:07 EDT
marriage to a Colombian national
I am an american citizen who wants to marry his fiance a Colombian national. We do not to move or visit the USA, but we would like to be married in the embassy. Is this possible? If so how can we go about it. My email is please let me know via this email. Thank you.
fredy walter gonzalez
Fri, 6 Mar 2015 12:19 EST
I601 approved
My form I601 was approved Feb18 2015, and how long iit's going to take to have interview againin Bogota.
Sincerly: Fredy Gonzalez
Clavijo, Edith
Mon, 2 Mar 2015 11:42 EST
la direccion correcta de la embajada de EEUU en Bogota
yo tengo carrera 45 N. 24 B 27 Bogota D.C. Colombia. La busque en el Internet y sale: Calle 24 Bis No. 4850 Por favor alguien me podria decir cual es la correcta?

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