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3 Rue Hamdani Lahcène, Hydra
Algiers
Algeria


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+213 21 43 53 95
+213 21 43 53 92
3 Rue Hamdani Lahcène, Hydra
BP 148
Algiers
Algeria
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Complaints & Reviews — African Development Bank Group

1 Jan, 2018

possible scamming

*SOLVED

I keep receiving Emails from some fellow who works in Cargo Unit at Chicago, Illinois O'HARE International Airport, who just SWEARS that a Bello Usman WITH YOUR BANK: [protected]@zing.vn at THIS Email address, HAS FUNDS in a Consignment Package, IN MY NAME THAT HAVE BEEN “CHANGED” for some REASON or another. WHEN I TRIED to reach this... Read more➤

About departmental tours

I would like to comment on things that happen when a manager begins to consider a department as his or her personal property, but the department walks are turned into something like a circus show or a walk in the zoo. During such walks, it is most common to make fun of the fact that patients are "stupid" - for example, one can make fun of the fact that the patient is so stupid that he cannot defend himself when he is openly told something cruel. But maybe the patient is just not brazen enough to answer the same thing? Then you can also make fun of the fact that the patient has been so stupid that you trusted you. If, during the bypass, the driver begins to demonstratively humiliate one of the patients, then none of those present even tries to defend that patient, but everyone tries to keep quiet or pass the driver. It remains to be concluded that it is more beneficial to treat a patient treacherously during such "performances" than to support him. But in spite of all this, in such cases there is still an attempt to demand slavish obedience and respect from patients. However, a doctor who can afford to treat patients unworthily would not deserve respect from himself on the part of patients either - and that would only be fair.

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