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akhenaten

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it's also because of the ecomonic crisis and the arab's reputation in the EU.

A graduated person can find work in France for example but a rat with no skills will find nothing and even if he does he is highly dependant on his wife. if she asks for divorce before 4 or 5 years of commun life he's resident card is canceled, and jobs that rats can occupu arent that well paid.

they are getting aware of all of this and trying some new strategies.
 

Briella

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I was a victim to a Tunisian male whose age was 28. We met on a dating app, Tinder, where his profile message was i search the true love...... I obviously should have known that it was to good to be true. He actually had his green card, was 6ft tall, and lives in the US, spoke some english (not that great), french and arabic. When i first went to see him i had to travel to see him because he didn't have a car, only a bike. It took about 45min to get there. On our first get together/ date i thought it was stranged when he told me I am his girlfriend after kissing him at the end of our date.( Boy didn't even ask me if I wanted to be with him). Our relationship lasted for a week, before i opened my eyes to his trickery. First of all I am not the PDA type or lovey dovey type. So when he was giving me all these signs of affection by kissing me and speaking french to me I thought it was cute. But long behold after trying to communicate with him it seemed as if he always ignored problems and would push for flattery by saying he love's me (after knowing me for only 3 days?? Oh boy does he move fast) and skipping over any concerns for actual communication other then to try to turn me on and touch my body. Very touchy feely, but tried to lie and say he wants to get to know me ( i never trust these boys so i always had my guard up and know guys will say bullshit to score one on a female). Well it took me on the 7th day of being with him and after my 3rd visit traveling to go see him and specifically speaking about arrangements on how we would see each other, it became clear to me that he was looking to me to make the commute to see him. I was too scared to tell him in person during our last encounter that i waited till i got home to tell him that i was no longer going to see him and delete my number, blocked him on facebook and snapchat and told him I found him controlling ( he tried to tell me what foods i should be eating, and how he wants me to stay how I am and not eat these certain foods or I will get fat. As well as he had the nerve to bring up kids, and how he wants a boy, because girls will leave and go off with their husbands, and boys won't. He then mentions his boy cannot leave him and if he was to leave him he would kill him), he smelled like onions everytime i met him (did he ever try deodarant), oh then there was the aggressiveness to try to seduce me to have sex with him after letting him know that I did not have any intentions of having sex unless it was marital related. Boy there were alot of red flags that I caught from him and I hope I can encourage yall to stay away from this Tunisian man. Yeah its cute in the beginning the accent, his height, oh and he had green eyes that were dreamy. But me being african american and being with this arab looking muslim boy, i knew there was too many differences. I'm just still wondering to this day why did I try to take on such a challenge and almost put myself through the hell of being used?

-》:/ beware of Malik Chouai
 

Mango Chutney

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he smelled like onions everytime i met him (did he ever try deodarant)
All the other members will understand why I have focused on and highlighted this line!!! Omg, it wasn't just mine!!
And now, for more serious stuff. I am so glad you saw through him so quickly and removed him from your life before he caused any serious harm, he sounds like a complete control freak, a trait shared by all rats. Don't beat yourself up over the whys, we've all been there and the answers are just not forthcoming. They truly are a breed like no other. Just be grateful you had the sense to get away from him fast, many of us suffered for much longer. Big hugs for you and a huge well done for coming here to warn other women xxx

Quick edit: I do not know how to post a link, but if you type 'Rat hygiene' into the 'search forum' option, you will see why I am sitting here crying with laughter :D
 

Heidi

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Hi dear and welcome :)
Did he get his green card by marrying a US citizen ? Is he divorced ? How long is he in the States ?
 

Briella

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I never asked how he got his green card, he just told me he had his green card, and had only been living in the US for 1 month. I am convinced that maybe he was lying about saying that he lives with his friends, when maybe he had a wife? I don't know because we never met at his house always locations near his home and he told me that his friend didn't like him having visitors. But our communication was so hard that he tried to not talk to me that much in english so what i know about him is so little. Because i would literally have to keep insisting for him to answer my questions and he would divert to something he liked about me (soo irrevelant). It was downright annoying the games he tried to play with me. And that was just like the tipping stone for me to notice his bullshit. He tried to tell me to travel with him to Paris and show me things while I would show him things about the US and help him experience the different foods. We even had somewhat of a car talk because he was commuting on bike and I think he realized that there is alot to think about when buying a car in the US, that he said you will help me? (Lmao). Like there was so many questionable things about his intentions that I began to think he is really trying to get a female to help him build his wealth. Its weird though because in Tunisia he was an accoutant so he worked, but in america he was making minimum wage at a car business then quit his job recently to work in a hotel as a waiter he supposed. It was funny because when he showed me the working papers i said what job did he apply for, and he was first like I don't know (soo how do you go to an interview and don't know the job you applied for), then guessed i think i will be waiter. I asked him how much he will make yearly and he ignored question. Lmao well he will struggle unless another victim falls into his trap :/
 

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He sure sounds like a rat :D Do you want any pictures of him here and his dating app. Tinder link ;)
 

Briella

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Yes I do, on facebook his name is Malik Chaou.... i dont know how to post this on gallery so here it is
 

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Heidi

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I was a victim to a Tunisian male whose age was 28. We met on a dating app, Tinder, where his profile message was i search the true love...... I obviously should have known that it was to good to be true. He actually had his green card, was 6ft tall, and lives in the US, spoke some english (not that great), french and arabic. When i first went to see him i had to travel to see him because he didn't have a car, only a bike. It took about 45min to get there. On our first get together/ date i thought it was stranged when he told me I am his girlfriend after kissing him at the end of our date.( Boy didn't even ask me if I wanted to be with him). Our relationship lasted for a week, before i opened my eyes to his trickery. First of all I am not the PDA type or lovey dovey type. So when he was giving me all these signs of affection by kissing me and speaking french to me I thought it was cute. But long behold after trying to communicate with him it seemed as if he always ignored problems and would push for flattery by saying he love's me (after knowing me for only 3 days?? Oh boy does he move fast) and skipping over any concerns for actual communication other then to try to turn me on and touch my body. Very touchy feely, but tried to lie and say he wants to get to know me ( i never trust these boys so i always had my guard up and know guys will say bullshit to score one on a female). Well it took me on the 7th day of being with him and after my 3rd visit traveling to go see him and specifically speaking about arrangements on how we would see each other, it became clear to me that he was looking to me to make the commute to see him. I was too scared to tell him in person during our last encounter that i waited till i got home to tell him that i was no longer going to see him and delete my number, blocked him on facebook and snapchat and told him I found him controlling ( he tried to tell me what foods i should be eating, and how he wants me to stay how I am and not eat these certain foods or I will get fat. As well as he had the nerve to bring up kids, and how he wants a boy, because girls will leave and go off with their husbands, and boys won't. He then mentions his boy cannot leave him and if he was to leave him he would kill him), he smelled like onions everytime i met him (did he ever try deodarant), oh then there was the aggressiveness to try to seduce me to have sex with him after letting him know that I did not have any intentions of having sex unless it was marital related. Boy there were alot of red flags that I caught from him and I hope I can encourage yall to stay away from this Tunisian man. Yeah its cute in the beginning the accent, his height, oh and he had green eyes that were dreamy. But me being african american and being with this arab looking muslim boy, i knew there was too many differences. I'm just still wondering to this day why did I try to take on such a challenge and almost put myself through the hell of being used?

-》:/ beware of Malik Chouai
With his poor english, I guess he worked at a car wash. A hotel will not take a man, who only speaks bad english, for a waiter. Work as a Dish washer is more likely. His claim to have been an accountand in Tunisia has to be taken with a pinch of salt ;)
 

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I never asked how he got his green card, he just told me he had his green card,
I agree, I suspect there is another woman involved here somewhere. One month since arrival and he's probably already cheating on her - lowlife :mad:
we never met at his house always locations near his home and he told me that his friend didn't like him having visitors.
I've read that somewhere here on another thread, the rat told his victim that his friends wouldn't like her to visit the house. Clearly this is one for the 'Common rat lies' section. The crap they come out with :rolleyes:
Because i would literally have to keep insisting for him to answer my questions and he would divert to something he liked about me
Definitely ratty behaviour, Houssem always diverted the conversation too. The trouble is, when they answer.....they slip up on their lies eventually, so easier to give no answer.
He tried to tell me to travel with him to Paris
Wonder who would have been paying for this holiday? :rolleyes:
when buying a car in the US, that he said you will help me?
Bloody hell, this cheeky shit didn't waste any time, did he?!! Oh my God, dirty lowlife, he can buy his own freakin car :mad:
Its weird though because in Tunisia he was an accoutant
I wouldn't believe a word of this, if it were true, he would be good husband material in Tunisia, the girls families would have been queueing up for him and he wouldn't have needed America. He's a bloody liar!
I don't know (soo how do you go to an interview and don't know the job you applied for)
He's such a lying toad!! :eek: And all this in a week?!! He really isn't wasting time, is he? Ditto what Heidi said, with his spoken English so poor, he can't work with the general public, he'll be washing dishes. Out of curiosity, how good is his written English?
unless another victim falls into his trap
Sadly, there will be another one and she probably won't be as perceptive as you :Cry: You realised fast and got away before he could cause any real harm...sensible girl!! Hopefully, by naming and shaming him here, you may just have saved another few, so well done :) Is he in the gallery? I'm worried he'll slip under the radar on this thread.
 

Mango Chutney

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He could be a diversity lottery winner or sponsored by a close family member.
What is a diversity lottery winner please? I may have to Google that one :confused: I understand the sponsor option, I have cousins in Chicago and Reno that I could have asked for this, as I did contemplate looking for a childrens nanny position there, it was just too far from my own children though and I couldn't expect them to fly there for visits. But surely he would not have been issued with a Green Card within a month of arrival? I'll be the first to admit I don't really know the process of being given citizenship in America, but I thought it was two years before the GC was issued? :confused: Definitely getting me on Google!
 

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Winning the Green card lottery will not get you a green card. Instead, you get a chance to apply for the Green card.
It is very interesting reading ;)
 

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Yeah, I read enough of it to get the gist, but once I wake up, I'll read the full report with a working brain....I'm kinda half functioning at the moment.
 

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Not really sure what I think about that :confused: The winner and his family? I'm too tired to read the entire report just now, but surely these families are vetted? They could be letting ANYONE in!!
Yes they are all vetted by USCIS
 

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What is a diversity lottery winner please? I may have to Google that one :confused: I understand the sponsor option, I have cousins in Chicago and Reno that I could have asked for this, as I did contemplate looking for a childrens nanny position there, it was just too far from my own children though and I couldn't expect them to fly there for visits. But surely he would not have been issued with a Green Card within a month of arrival? I'll be the first to admit I don't really know the process of being given citizenship in America, but I thought it was two years before the GC was issued? :confused: Definitely getting me on Google!
diversity visa winners and cr1/ir1 visa recipients have a greencard from the moment they enter the USA. It takes a couple weeks to receive the actual greencard but until it is received, the visa can be used as a temporary greencard. These are immigrant visas so you get a greencard as part of the package. Citizenship can be applied for 3 years after arrival in the USA if you arrived on spousal visa and 5 years for other immigrant visas.
 

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more like Russian roulette lol
Agreed! Tis just too risky now, Tunisia has too many ISIS fighters and locals with terrorist sympathies....we live in a world gone mad! Puts the fear of God in me for the futures of my boys and any grandchildren they may give me in years to come....what are their futures going to be like? :Cry:
 

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Agreed! Tis just too risky now, Tunisia has too many ISIS fighters and locals with terrorist sympathies....we live in a world gone mad! Puts the fear of God in me for the futures of my boys and any grandchildren they may give me in years to come....what are their futures going to be like? :Cry:
lol you still awake like me ... glad they are tightening up on things now more with immigration - visa lottery to me that just a piss take
 

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lol you still awake like me ... glad they are tightening up on things now more with immigration - visa lottery to me that just a piss take
I woke up at 3am. I either don't sleep at all or I have mammoth sleeping sessions....just can't seem to fix it! Life after rat for sure ain't easy, but it's safe :) I hope things are tightening up on the visa front, it's no secret what these rats are doing and it's high time something was done to stop it! I'm all for giving a deserving person a better chance in life if they are genuine, they are grateful and they adapt....rats are none of these things! They are far from genuine, they are not grateful, they hate us and think we owe them everything and they do not adapt, their culture comes with them and they try to alter our culture :(
 
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