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This is perhaps the biggest and most financially damaging mistake that expats can make. Yes, I know there are many successful Internet relationships. I also know many, many horror stories here from guys that come, fall in love, and get burned. Again, there are dozens of web sites filled with stories of people getting scammed. EVERYONE in love says, “Yeah, but that won’t happen to me! Most of the guys who got burned thought the same thing. Yet there are dozens of sites on the net giving “ways” to own land, will land, form corporations to control land, and so on. There are almost always vehement, passionate disagreements about it, most of which I either ignore or say, “You can’t say that you weren’t warned”. Can you REALLY know someone by chatting on the Internet? In that time, I’ve seen several patterns in the questions that people ask. In fact, I’m a big believer in that old cliche, “There is no such thing as a stupid question”. John Miele is a Citizen of the World, having spent time in many locations around the globe.An international move is a big undertaking, no doubt about it. Currently, he finds himself in Manila, but travels throughout the Philippines.Not all fillippos are liers only the cheap and dumbass are ones that can't find work but ask for if you find out has a nurse or caregiver they're the ones to date because they're honest as long as they're respectful no problems my wife it's Filipino never had no problems at all she easy going but a loving caring person so most Filipino women aren't liers only the trafficking or ones who asked for money there most they the ones that lie find a Filipino that it's a nurse or caregiver they're the best as long they're respectful honest truthful being nice to you my wife been faithful since day 1 if you're nice to them they'll be nice back if you're honest respectful truthful being nice to them they'll give it to in return not all Filipinos women are bad just the ones that ask for money from you I new two brothers who lived together and they had a younger brother who worked in might Isa, Queensland, Australia as a diesel fitter for a mining company.He was a loner and saved most of his money, bought a nice big brick house and furnished it with quality furniture, kitchen and other expensives appliances,etcetera.

However, I notice the patterns and people’s concerns, I have made many mistakes myself, and I can make the following . I know many of you may have breezed through these issues, or they were of no concern. Given the legal climate and prohibitions on foreign ownership, I simply cannot fathom why people would even consider doing so without, at the very least, living here for a year or two first. Thinking they know the market better than the Filipinos themselves? Overall, the cost of living is cheaper, but the Philippines is not the cheap bargain that some make it out to be.

No love, not even the slightest sign of any kind of empathy. I grew up around mostly white people, that's what surrounded me.

It's not a surprised I ended up marrying a white guy.

Most of the Filipino guys I knew around, I was related to or I thought of as family friends.

Although, some of the language used here, I find extremely disappointing, I have my guard up with people in the Philippines constantly.

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