I have lost so much money sending things to Haiti that i don't...

Fabiola L - August 24 2012, 1:01 AM

I have lost so much money sending things to Haiti that i don't even try anymore.

I just send the money.

The first time, I lost everything and the guy just said sorry.

The next time, one container was found and the others could not be. When I went to the company in Boston, they had closed down. Currently, my mom is is a similar battle with " la douanne" like they said, siw konnen youn mounn, wap gen chans, si non, se nan djakout neg okap wa we kichoy yo ap pase! Good luck! Haiti is just to corrupt to go anywhere!

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