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  1. Thank you for your advice. I have an attorney, she didn't seem concerned about them impersonating her. I guess she knew there was nothing she or I could do about it.
  2. If a person hacks into my e mail and deletes 6 months of e mails is this a criminal offense? If someone impersonates an attorney and gives false information regarding an on going court case, using e-mail, is this a criminal offense? What can I do about this?
  3. I have just seen your post. All the recommendations are for Ajijic, Chapala. I think you should look in Jocotepec which is much cheaper, and it is easy to get to Ajijic on the bus for about 10 pesos. I think you will love living here, it has the best of both worlds, Mexican and America/European/Canadian. I stayed in Puebla for a while, RVing, and I can see why you would want to move. Society is not so split here, the Mexicans are very welcoming to foreigners, cultures cross over with Mexicans who speak English and Expats who speak Spanish. There are lots of ways to make friends, and I would guess that your kids are bi-lingual. A friend has a lovely B&B just outside Joco town, you can catch the bus at the end of the road, it has a pool but I agree that it may be too cold for a pool. My e mail is rosfreed @ yahoo.com and I would be happy to give you more help if you e mail me.
  4. I am looking for a computer person who can create a Facebook Business Page and a web site with automated mail out for marketing. Will pay well, and possibly offer an ongoing small job managing FB page and web site
  5. Has anyone who posted a comment here actually owned and run a restaurant including doing the cooking and the front greeting/waiting on table? I have opened a number of restaurants in my life, all have been successful from the beginning Richards Restaurant in Chapala was our "Swan Song" restaurant. Wildly successful from the first day, Terrible location but plenty of parking which I think is very important but there you go, look at Tango Unfortunately we had to close Richards because of ill health. The ONLY factor we didn't put in. Getting old is hard to plan for I could write a book on opening a successful small owner/operator restaurants. SO many ways to fail. So hard to succeed. Good for Hugh that he is doing a decent job there Rosy the Chef
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