I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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Re: I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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Do you have him in line app as line ID or phone number?

He might have changed or lost his phone...#

Few months later that phone number gets re used and a Khmer guy is logging on all his account.
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Re: I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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:please: I have met him only once. But I don't think that is a relevant information. I wouldn't call him a friend or anything. It's just, I don't know I wanted to make sure he is ok. I would do that for anyone I know. He might need help I thought. Nobody leaves his phone to some 40 something yo man to have access to his social media accounts. It does look suspicious. Anyway, seems like there is nothing much I can do about it. I wish admins delete this post if it's possible. This is of no help and I feel uncomfortable talking about him now.
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Re: I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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John Bingham wrote: Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:14 pm :voilent4: A lot of people don't really go missing, they just go off the radar for a bit, often because they have to or just feel like it. If you only have one number to contact with someone and no alternative ways to contact them it's not surprising when you fall out of touch, and maybe they just want to be alone?
I don't want to keep in touch with him. I didn't want to. There is no reason for him to want to be left alone. Having first hand experiences in a different SA country, I thought he might be hurt or something. My only intention was to check if he was ok.
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Re: I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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Don't feel bad for caring about people.

Is Pieman still around?

Try sending a personal message to Pieman. He seemed to know a lot of foreigners in Phnom Penh.
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Re: I am concerned about a British national living in Cambodia

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ibish wrote: Fri Oct 04, 2019 10:04 pm My only intention was to check if he was ok.
no doubt

the protocol to find 'missing persons' is to post YOUR contact details
and their name or other identifying info
people who know them or of them can then pass on your contact info
and the person can contact you if they want to

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monstra mihi bona!
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