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Mon, 25 Dec 2017 17:38 EST
No bloody nose for KIM JONG UN.A complete meltdown for KIM JONG UN.A SNIPER approach to safeguard USA.A bloody nose will only PISS HIM OFF to where he would park a sub at WHITE HOUSE FRONT DOOR STEP for a GLOW GHOST event.A total FAT BOY event for PY.
Mike Hess
Mon, 18 Dec 2017 17:41 EST
Visa for Colombia
My wife and I will be travelling to the Colombia on a Holland America cruise. She is Australian and I am a USA citizen. Can you tell me if we need visas to disembark the ship for the day stop?

Thank you Gail Westwood & Mike Hess
Tue, 10 Oct 2017 13:15 EDT
Work Visa
What do I need to do if I am in Colombia and I need a work Visa to work here can I get that at the embassy? And does the embassy hire Spanish majors. I am also a licensed interpreter and have a bachelors in Spanish. I am fluent
Elizabeth Perea
Sun, 20 Aug 2017 17:38 EDT
American Citizen
How can I get into the embassy? how do I get a appointment?
I live in Cali, Colombia and I need to renew my passport in Bogota Colombia.
Marven Bauman
Thu, 1 Jun 2017 21:28 EDT
I am seeking a peaceful lowcost place to dwell in Medellin, Pereira Colombia. Can you help me?
Felix Nyarko Dankwa
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 10:15 EDT
Good morning sir/madam. Please I want to know whether I qualify to apply for visitor's visa to the United State.

I am a Ghanaian by nationality and birth but I am an English volunteer in Colombia in the ministry of Education.

I would be grateful if I could get some dependable information as well as the requirements in order to visit the state for few weeks and return.Thank you
Ned Henery
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 20:40 EDT
False information
Need help in denying visa to a Juan Guillermo Arenas Gaviria. I believe he obtain my residential info for his own gain in bringing himself and his friends into USA.i have never sign no invitation form of any kind. Agreement was he'd come live with me and help him get a job. But thru out our testing one another be got my address and i was not aware of the forms im suppose to fill out. He also got passport thru me. Im not asking for reimbursement but only some help in denying visa to him and his friends whom i don't know. I do believe that is fausafication.
Thank you
Brian Constante
Fri, 8 Jul 2016 09:33 EDT
Re: Dr. Jason Bergandi's suicide attempt
In Valledupar Colombia is where Dr. Jason Alan Bergandi who is a Board Certified Trauma, Orthopedic, and Spine Surgeon who was looking for work here in this Colombian city. Due to the physical and psychological abuse from his common-law-wife, Alba Jannica, who is giving erroneous reports to the news media saying that the cause of Dr. Bergandi's suicide attempt was the result of her telling him she was leaving. Currently she has an expired Visa to the US and I fear for my friend's life since in the past she has stolen from him in different occasions with the help of her family members. Dr. Bergandi's attempt in finding a job has suffered several sabotagings from this lady. If anyone can please help in finding his family members in Illinois. I can be reached at the following number 301-552-7977 from inside Colombia and 011-57-301-552-7977 from the US.

Thank you for your prompt reply.
Gerald Scott
Thu, 2 Jun 2016 13:41 EDT
Missing Person
I have a client name Paul W Doobe Jr.from Ormond Beach Fl. I need to desperately reach himn his 011573226357263 is no response, his response,I believe he was in Medellin Columbia.last account ,.It is of upmost importance that I reach him.or hear of his location. Thank You.
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

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