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Maybe you could help if you are from Australia

 
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02/07/2013 06:45 AM
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Maybe you could help if you are from Australia
Residents of the Studniska Dolne near Zgorzelec in Poland are involved in support for Australian families Gary and Rebecca Rollans that the house burned down last Saturday. - We suspect that someone set fire to it. It's a shame that such a tragedy minded friends met foreigners - says a family friend.

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02/07/2013 07:32 AM
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Re: Maybe you could help if you are from Australia
Never send money to people you dont personally know. If their home burned down...the govt here are very helpful with handouts, most people are insured anyway. We have had many bushfires over the past 2 weeks but they dont write down names of the ones effected. Other people do fine without help from others. They can still sell the land if they cannot rebuild. the land is worth more than the home usually.

My suggestion is...treat it as a scam. NOBODY asks for money from people they do not know....not even if they are homeless, as our govt will find arrangements for them if they ask for it.
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02/07/2013 07:39 AM
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Re: Maybe you could help if you are from Australia
very, very good advice.


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04/23/2013 03:36 PM
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Re: Maybe you could help if you are from Australia
Actually, it isn't a scam. I'm not saying you should send money or assist them if you don't want to, BUT calling this a scam is unfounded. This Australian family living in Poland has met with hostility where they live for some reason or another (it's a rural area with lots of poor, unemployed inhabitants who may not have taken kindly to a 'rich' foreigner with plans to settle in the area) and while I don't know them personally and have no idea what their relations with the neighbours look like, being a foreigner living in Poland I, too, know exactly how hostile people here can be if they think you have it better than they do. I guess this could happen to anyone anywhere on this planet BUT I don't think it does ANY harm to take an interest in the plight of others. This is POLAND, not Australia. When such troubles befall a non-native, the government is not obliged in any way to offer ANY assistance. Thankfully, there are some Poles that have some empathy and wish to help of their own accord.

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