Woman alone in Sousse looking for contacts...

scotty_bambam

Well-Known Member
#41
and who the hell told u i was having a conversation with susan? :confused:
I think mezoo means on here.no ones suggesting you're having private conversations with suzan
 

YOLO

Member
#42
I think mezoo means on here.no ones suggesting you're having private conversations with suzan
i don't why he/she attacking me, if he wants to make a problem , k then let's go.
 

Aslemma

Well-Known Member
#43
For goodness sake stop being so prickly and defensive Yolo, both on your own behalf and that of Tunisians in general. I wonder whether it is because English is not your first language that you sometimes fail to understand what is being said, as in the case of the word 'conversation' on here, which is quite different from a private message. Nobody is attacking you, even though you appear to have a very poor opinion of all ladies who are older than their men. You freely admit that Tunisia is not perfect, as demonstrated by your mention of bribes to the police. Suzan has very bravely put her story on here, not to be judged but because she is seeking local friends to socialise with. As a consequence of this some people are offering sympathy, though she hasn't actually asked for any, and I get the feeling that she is a strong lady who will come through this difficult time not unscathed, but sadder and wiser.
 

YOLO

Member
#44
For goodness sake stop being so prickly and defensive Yolo, both on your own behalf and that of Tunisians in general. I wonder whether it is because English is not your first language that you sometimes fail to understand what is being said, as in the case of the word 'conversation' on here, which is quite different from a private message. Nobody is attacking you, even though you appear to have a very poor opinion of all ladies who are older than their men. You freely admit that Tunisia is not perfect, as demonstrated by your mention of bribes to the police. Suzan has very bravely put her story on here, not to be judged but because she is seeking local friends to socialise with. As a consequence of this some people are offering sympathy, though she hasn't actually asked for any, and I get the feeling that she is a strong lady who will come through this difficult time not unscathed, but sadder and wiser.
Learnt my leasson.
 

Jane BM

Well-Known Member
#45
The embassy told me i can stay for 3 months, leave the country for 24 hours and can stay 3 months again....
That's true, otherwise you'd need a CDS (carte de sejour).
 

Essem

Moderator
Staff member
#46
Hi, thank you.

Yes i live in an new appartment now with an adorable modern family who " adopted" me.
The app. is a little from outside the center of Sousse, very traditional here, i have to get fully dressed when i go to get bread 20 meters from where i live :^).

Affter the shock was over and with help from some tunisians i got back on my feet.
When it all happened i could not go back to Holland because all my money was stolen but i am fine now and really like my life here so i am gonna stay for a few weeks or months longer.

I learned how to behave like a "decent" woman,lol, but i just really miss some "western" contacts, who understand the western way of thinking/behaving.
I would kill for someone to drink a glass of wine with!
When you realised your card had been stolen did you report it to your bank to have it stopped as, as far as I am aware, there is a daily limit as to how much one can withdraw?

Did you contact your Embassy for some help?
 

Suzan

New Member
#47
When you realised your card had been stolen did you report it to your bank to have it stopped as, as far as I am aware, there is a daily limit as to how much one can withdraw?

Did you contact your Embassy for some help?
Well my bankcard was not stolen, that smartass used it to empty my bankaccount when i was asleep and then he put the card right back into my purse.

The next evening when i went to the bank my money was gone and i could see at my mobile bankaccount someone had taken money from it in the middle of the night.
He should have kept my bankcard, then i would have thought i lost it or whatever, i really did not expect him to be a thief so i would never had suspected him when my bankcard should have been missing.
Sometimes they are not very smart..( me neither, for letting him see my code..).
The next morning he was gone.
Stole my money the first night i was there and left me the second night.

I contacted the embassy but i had no money to go there so i asked a friend in Holland to send me money to go to there and for a plain back but when i got the money there were no plains going in 3 days and at that same time i found out the app was only rented for a week.

(I gave the money for the rent to Leo so he could give it to the man from the app but he only gave him 420 for a week.Leo told me the rent was 900 for a month.)

So with no plain going I used the money from my friend to rent another app for 400 dinar a month and i had left 40 dinar to live until i had fixed my money issues.

When it was solved i decided to stay for a month since i already paid the rent and then i start liking it here and decided to stay a little longer.

So thats why i am still here.
Leo said i would have a good life here with him.
He was right about that, my life is good now but it is just not with him.

I am still waiting for a copy of the police file ( or attachment, i dont get the whole file) to give to every embassy.
At least Leo will have problems when he ever wants to leave Tunisia...
 

abdou djemel

Active Member
#48
Hi,

You send money to a tunisian girl?
Horrible isnt it to get your trust crushed this way.
The moment i found out he stole all my money my feelings for him disappeared in a few seconds but it just hit me now that i will probably never have a nice sleep again when i find somebody new, i will never forget that horrible feeling when i woke up and saw all his stuff was gone.

In fact that feeling shocked me the most, followed very soon by desperation that i was left alone in a strange , not very safe, country without money, knowing almost nobody and not speaking french or arabic and in an app that i thought was paid for a month but turned out it was only for 1 week.
He even managed it to steel the prepaid phonecard i bought.
Positive thing was he did not steel my phone.

But i survived and i am having a good time now, my life was ready for a change but this was not what i had in mind :^)


Lost love and lost money can be found again but i dont know about lost trust.

Do you have a post about what happened to you?


Nope this is the only time i mentioned to someone online i felt so ashamed of myself for being so naive

The woman was not tunisian she was a british national, we'd have met twice before she has asked me for money and she had all my trust, i am algerian and in algeria we can not send money abroad so i had to travel all the way to tunisia and western union it to her

thinking of it back i was so naive to do so every one puts the blame on me as how can a man coming from a non developed country where average monthly pays are equal to daily pays in her country yet she managed to have me pay for the holidays and then send her money too i guess the shame i bring to myself mentioning the story is way more than if i kept it to myself
 

Suzan

New Member
#49
Nope this is the only time i mentioned to someone online i felt so ashamed of myself for being so naive

The woman was not tunisian she was a british national, we'd have met twice before she has asked me for money and she had all my trust, i am algerian and in algeria we can not send money abroad so i had to travel all the way to tunisia and western union it to her

thinking of it back i was so naive to do so every one puts the blame on me as how can a man coming from a non developed country where average monthly pays are equal to daily pays in her country yet she managed to have me pay for the holidays and then send her money too i guess the shame i bring to myself mentioning the story is way more than if i kept it to myself
Yeh i know what you mean.
But its so easy for other people to judge, for me your story just tells me you are a goodhearted person with a lot of trust in people.
I think thats a good thing even it did turn out the wrong way that time.
But she is the lying ugly person and she should be blamed and ashamed for it.
 

abdou djemel

Active Member
#50
thanks for saying that, the story is now 2 years old i had been spending thouse 2 years paying for the debts i was put in for the situation and saying to myself she will re appear or do something just to make myself feel better as i had been really having myself in a tight corner for it, any way the hard times has passed ( i did huge shopping this summer ) as i didn't in a long time spent the best holiday i could in a long time tunisian coast, algerian coast and some historic places in algeria i cant ask for more after what i been threw now i came to have peace with my self i guess thats why i could share it, cause when it happend i thought i was in it so deep i couldn't get out, but hamdulillah, i hope this puts ur mind to ease and have u have some reassuring feelings

trust is the hardest to regain so don't push it :)
 

Suzan

New Member
#51
Is it an algerian culture "thing" to be so generous with sharing food?
Tunisian people are also very sharing but i have had algerian neighbourghs and they kept bringing me food ALL day, tea, fruit, fish, cookies, diner...
And not just 1 time, i had 3 times algerian people staying next to me and they all did it.
I was really sad when holiday time was over :^)
 

YOLO

Member
#52
thanks for saying that, the story is now 2 years old i had been spending thouse 2 years paying for the debts i was put in for the situation and saying to myself she will re appear or do something just to make myself feel better as i had been really having myself in a tight corner for it, any way the hard times has passed ( i did huge shopping this summer ) as i didn't in a long time spent the best holiday i could in a long time tunisian coast, algerian coast and some historic places in algeria i cant ask for more after what i been threw now i came to have peace with my self i guess thats why i could share it, cause when it happend i thought i was in it so deep i couldn't get out, but hamdulillah, i hope this puts ur mind to ease and have u have some reassuring feelings

trust is the hardest to regain so don't push it :)
dear abdou , why don't you shame her on tunisian love rats website.
She is a rat and needs to be shamed over there.
 
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scotty_bambam

Well-Known Member
#53
dear abdou , why don't you shame her on tunisian love rats website.
She is a rat and needs to be shamed over there.
Because he has moved on and now his life is good again.he is a nice person with a generous heart.he just needs to find a nice genuine lady to trust.
 

Suzan

New Member
#54
dear abdou , why don't you shame her on tunisian love rats website.
She is a rat and needs to be shamed over there.
Yeah, thats a very good idea!
A british female rat.
That will show its not only tunisians who are rats.
 

YOLO

Member
#55
Because he has moved on and now his life is good again.he is a nice person with a generous heart.he just needs to find a nice genuine lady to trust.
ok ,have to agree with you.
 

Suzan

New Member
#56
Because he has moved on and now his life is good again.he is a nice person with a generous heart.he just needs to find a nice genuine lady to trust.
But here you have a good point also..
:^)
 

Suzan

New Member
#57
dear abdou , why don't you shame her on tunisian love rats website.
She is a rat and needs to be shamed over there.
But stil.....lol
 

abdou djemel

Active Member
#59
hhhhhhhhhhh well i'm hoping she doesn't fool any one else again and there is no point in putting a thread about some one of tht sort she will not see it and its like giving her attention that she is not worthy of



yes we are generouse people, and we like to share the good things so if my mother cooks something she likes she would want others to have a taste of it too :)
 

Aslemma

Well-Known Member
#60
Hospitality is at the heart of the Arab culture Suzan.
 
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