- Sep 18, 2016
@Judithlyn , I love you.I hope she is not building him a house over his parents house! People need to learn that nonMuslim women can not own property in Tunisia. You can not inherit either! It is also a closed currency country, meaning you can bring in loads of cash for a house, but you can not take it back out to a foreign country. Ladies must STOP sending cash or taking cash to guys in Tunisia. Just go outside, build a fire, burn all of that spare cash, and save yourself loads of emotional heartache from getting involved with people who use you, abuse you, lie easier than telling the truth, live as they want and hide it from you, have no idea of a true couple relationship as it is always one sided....his side. The words, sweet phrases are so lovely to hear, but they are empty words. The hours online for the first year are just to control all of your time so you can’t see the real him. It’s a form of control and you actually lose yourself without even realizing it! Pay attention to red flags. Don’t make excuses for their questionable behavior. When you feel a question, never justify and give them the benefit of the doubt. They are masters at congames, the rats have done it their entire lives. They learn it from their own brothers and friends. They will never change. Why work when ladies all over the world so easily will send you cash, clothes, shoes, jewelry, and pay for your plane tickets, vacations and all expenses? Rats will meet you in an airport with no cash of their own. They happily let you pay it all even their cigarettes everyday. He may never out and out ask you to send him cash. They are patient. Once you go there, they will “seal the deal” and then you will be taking him shopping “cause his holey clothes are sad”... and then he wants and needs more and more. Western Union needs to stop allowing wire transfers into Tunisia. They can’t Western Union wire transfers out! Fair is fair, right? Tunisia’s economic plight seems to be going down even more these days. With corruption so widespread, I’ve even heard of bad airport stories of losing your stuff to unethical customs officers, and this bezness garbage which is slowly getting out to the world yet the government does nothing to criminalize it, the country can not hope to thrive again, especially since their main economic support is from the tourism trade. You reap what you sew, whether a person or a nation! There are good people in Tunisia. If they love their country, they need to pressure the government to criminalize these bezness fraudsters. If not, there are plenty of other gorgeous vacation hotspots....the South of France, Spain, and Portugal just to name a few.