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Q: What should I do?

I have been in my new apartment for two months now. About 2 weeks ago, I came home and found two of my packages sitting outside my door. Two hours later, my cell phone rings and it is a Chinese man talking to me in Chinese. I could not understand him so I hung up. He then texted me and told me that he wants to be my friend and asked me if I could please add him to my Wechat. I told him that I did not know him and he finally said that he was my neighbor and that he lived in the apartment directly across from me. I then asked him how did he get my number and he would not tell me. I immediately stopped texting him and deleted the messages. I few minutes later, I realized that he got my number off the packages that were sitting outside my apartment. I was so angry that I wanted to contact property management that night but I did not.

 

He has not texted me again but a few times I have walked to my apartment and his roommate and him would start saying hello. I am ignoring them for now but I don't want them speaking to me or touching my things. They disgust me! Only weak cowards steal a woman's phone number and actually think they have a chance. The last guy who was successful at attracting me, approached me like a secure gentleman, complimented me, bought me a Starbucks coffee, and then asked for my Wechat. I am in no way at all attracted to Chinese men. I am thinking about contacting property management and having them tell these idiots to not touch my things or say anything to me. I also want PM to tell them that I am not attracted to Chinese men. The security guard or door person is also annoying and makes inappropriate gestures towards me. Is this a good idea?

6 weeks 9 hours ago in  General  - China

 
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Can you give it up already, weren't you exposed as being bogus? Is it me or did I miss something. 

 

 

 

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Let it go.  Making a big issue out of it will only make matters worse.  Just be polite, but ignore.

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Can you give it up already, weren't you exposed as being bogus? Is it me or did I miss something. 

 

 

 

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I thought you were only interested in African American men, that you had a boy-friend and that you were a melanated goddess that was ex-military (did i leave anything out?)

 

yet you can't seem to be able to deal with a common-place annoyance (for foreign women) such as creepy Chinese men who stalk you.

if you get texts or phone call from people who you don't know, just DON'T ENGAGE WITH THEM on any level. My initial encounter with a stalker was dealt with by confronting him with friends and then zero engagement.

such creeps see even basic engagement such as you have done as encouragement, but then you would know that wouldn't you, as this sort of behavior is not uncommon from inadequate men back home, and i am sure you would have been all 'up in their face' there, as you claim to be an African American woman. Confront (in a threatening manner) and/or ignore

 

why did you post this on this alias, and not your 'Tami.X' alias?

did you forget a password?

 

on a side note, when i was looking at some online forums in China when i arrived, it was obvious that some aliases were actually more than one person posting, as the style of writing and level of english was markedly different at different times of the day. The different posters also had inconsistent stories that did not match up even though it was one alias they were posting under.

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Why do you keep using the word 'melanated'? Is this something to show how 'right on' you are? How much better you are than the rest of us?

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Dont you have the delivery lockers at your complex? Parcels should not be left at your door.

And yup, I suspect you are an ECC account. but that is a different thing from the attacking posts I have seen above. BLM.

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