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Post by dean on Thu Aug 16, 2018 8:29 am

all the rain had damaged the road over the mountain a bit more, nothing major, just potholes. And not nearly as bad in the past because they had just fixed some of the really bad sections.

     It is like the old days where the afternoon clouds form in San Antonio and move over the mountains raining into LaPaz.   usually around 2 pm.   This is vital for replenishing our water supplies.    It has not been doing this for about 5 years.     And we in LV get a small cloud that will dump an eighth of an inch to a quarter inch in a small area for 15 minutes maybe once a week not hitting the entire area.    Very similar to the US desert southwest, though those seem huge vs these.     At the same time, the mountains get a drizzle for an hour or so as the main clouds pass through.   This causes some potholes to develop.    

Also, they are starting construction at the washed out bridge right in LaPaz.    I think it got washed out by hurricane Odile a few years back.     Does not change our existing diversion by much.

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Post by dean on Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:27 pm

small amount of rain yesterday, 1/8 inch.

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Post by dean on Sat Aug 11, 2018 7:45 am

we received an hour of gentle rain today. perfect timing for helping mosquitos breed.

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Post by dean on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:33 am

well we had our first about 30mph gust and it is off and on with winds from 0-15...

a very small amount of rain, just sprinkles.

I will add pictures later at this part of the site.

http://la-ventana.forumotion.com/t1083-hurricanes-2018

and here are some weather maps some update automatically and some I have to do manually so they may be old.

http://la-ventana.forumotion.com/t524-weather-maps

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Post by dean on Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:50 am

power out since last night. using a generator. internet and phone work, they have battery backup.

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Post by dean on Tue Jul 24, 2018 9:53 am

well I think this is the most humid days of the year, the island is still missing at 11 am. good lightning and thunder on the mountains to the west this morning at 6am. no rain here.

also does not look like they are going to do any more paving they seem to be just clearing up the side of the road.

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Post by dean on Tue Jul 17, 2018 4:21 pm

the mile is finally paved on the other side of the mountain. Now it looks like they will be doing another 2.5 miles of a section that is not really bad. or they just could be cleaning up the edge.

today sprinkles..

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Post by dean on Wed Jun 20, 2018 7:25 am




https://newatlas.com/redshark-pedal-trimaran/55101/

Pedal-powered trimaran lets cyclists hit the water
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Among other things, Josep Rubau has designed cars for Volkswagen, and was the creator of the Tramontana supercar. Now, the Spanish industrial designer is CEO of RedShark Bikes, a company that sells a pedal-powered prop-driven trimaran which he invented.

There are actually three versions of the RedShark trimaran – the recreation-oriented Fun, the rough-and-ready Adventure and the high-performance Sport.

The first two models are made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE), with the Adventure adding frame-mounted packs and a watertight "trunk" for taking extra gear on wilderness trips, along with thicker plastic reinforcing the underside of its three hulls. The Sport is designed more with speed in mind, as it's constructed almost entirely of lightweight carbon fiber, although a protective layer of HDPE is added to its underside.

Additionally, if buyers wish, they can upgrade the Fun and Adventure to carbon fiber.

The RedShark trimaran features a retractable rudder, salt water-proof drive shaft, stainless steel nuts and bolts,...

All three models feature a retractable rudder, salt water-proof drive shaft, stainless steel nuts and bolts, and a folding design that allows them to be transported on a regular car-mounted bicycle rack. In order to get them from that rack to the water, users can roll them along on a small set of wheels built into the rear of the main hull.

Prices range from €4,995 (about US$5,783) for the Fun, up to €6,995 ($8,098) for the Adventure and €9,995 ($11,570) for the Sport. They can be seen in action, in the video below.


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Post by dean on Mon Jun 18, 2018 6:14 pm

baja sur drops out of the top 10 murder rates. This is due to the increased federal and military involvement IMHO. and I belie the cameras that were put in via business donations.

there were two major arrests gun battles one in LaPaz and one in Cabo around January that since those two groups were arrested or killed have dropped the killings to a very low level. Let's hope they continue on. TJ is up at number 5.

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/mexicos-10-most-dangerous-municipalities/

Tecomán, Colima, tops the list of 10 most dangerous municipalities

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Post by dean on Mon Jun 18, 2018 9:54 am

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/solar-panel-tariff-eliminated/

Court rules tariff on solar panels must be eliminated
15% tariff had been challenged by a solar energy association
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A federal court ruled yesterday that the 15% tariff that had been imposed on solar panel imports into Mexico since 2015 must be removed.

The court’s decision came in response to an application for annulment of the duty filed by the Mexican Association of Solar Energy (Asolmex), which argued that the tariff created legal uncertainty for solar power investors.

In a statement, Asolmex said it was “happy with the decision as it returns conditions of legal certainty to the sector and guarantees the competitiveness of solar energy in Mexico.”



The 15% tariff was imposed on solar panels after the Federal Tax Administration (SAT) ruled in October 2015 that they must be reclassified as electric generators.

With yesterday’s ruling, Asolmex expects that the installation of solar panels across the country will increase.

Before the decision was handed down, the association estimated that distributed solar generation — which includes the sale of surplus solar power to the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) — has the potential to generate 6,000 megawatts of energy by 2024 and could attract investment of 150 billion pesos (US $7.25 billion).

With those goals in mind, Asolmex

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for the hurricanes of 2018

Post by dean on Thu Jun 14, 2018 6:42 am

http://la-ventana.forumotion.com/t1083-hurricanes-2018#4959

for the hurricanes of 2018

just a tad bit of rain so far.

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Post by dean on Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:08 pm

rumor is true they are cementing in fixed camping spot boundrys. they are all about 20 feet by 20 feet..... just kidding, I know some had heart attacks. I think they took note of how people parked this year and those seem to be the boundrys. I will take pictures shortly, they still have a crew in the campground working on it. I did see a truck pouring out gravel a month or so ago which i thought that is strange. But now I see.

May way probably one of the strangest ever it was a great wind month. I do not remember ever more than 203 days of wind in may. We had low humidity almost all may. And here we are in June with our first category 4 hurricane offshore, this is not a good sign for sure. Humidity is up of course with the hurricane cloud bands hitting us from a far.


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Post by dean on Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:40 am

On this Monday, NHC continues to closely study a trough of low pressure located over the eastern North Pacific Ocean about 500 hundred miles south of the southern coast of Mexico. It continues to produce a large area of disorganized cloudiness and showers. Environmental conditions are conducive for development of this system, and a tropical depression is likely to form within the next two to three days while it moves slowly west-northwestward. The Atlantic basin is quiet. www.hurricanes.gov

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Post by dean on Tue May 22, 2018 1:04 pm

Below is the cover of the newest Outside magazine. It came out about May 19th. You can see Los Barriles is on the cover! Plus LB has a nice blurb inside.


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Post by dean on Mon May 21, 2018 8:42 am

they are beginning to rip up the road to lapaz on the Lapaz side of the mountain. Right now 2 klms are ripped up. A sign I saw may have noted that the government is working on from klm 0-50 which would mean that the rest of the mountain has received funding for re-paving. So could be a lot of construction over the summer if accurate.

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Post by dean on Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:54 pm

our gas station is changing to a new name... no longer Pemex... and no it is not chevron.

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Post by dean on Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:53 pm

c. shaw users–no need to panic–not yet anyway. some people have been informed that if they have an older receiver or just a dual sat. quad output lnb. they will not function after june 1st. if you have any of the 600 and 800 series receivers and a triple sat. quad output lnb. all will be fine for at least a couple more years. some of the HD channels are moving to the sat. that is unavailable, but ll will still function in standard def. anyone wanting more info or new equipment contact me @eaglehausrotties@aol.com

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Post by dean on Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:09 pm

A missing person, he is a long time resident in the baja.
We recently had more hope, there was a sighting up our mountain a day or so after he disappeared, which was confirmed by search and rescue dogs. Sadly his father passed away at exactly this age of heart-related, so one belief is a stroke. It was also noted that the night before his disappearance his behavior was also as described disoriented which could have been the stroke or also he was coming off a serious double heel break/injury that he was also the night before complaining about. Please post these photos, he is fluent in Spanish so can easily travel in an altered state. His wallet seems to be with him but no credit card use, his cell phone, passport and computer were left on and his door open with keys in the door is what started the search in one day. Please post these fliers, his family has flown down to baja to be involved. I have known him myself for about 18 years. If these photos do not download for you then my webpage is available to download. http://la-ventana.forumotioncom/t1009-for-today

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missing Larry

Post by dean on Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:25 pm

there have been two sightings of Larry kinda confirmed, the rescue dogs found his sent at locations where people reported seeing him after the disappearance. It is believed he may have suffered a stroke or could be looking for medications as he had an accident that he was not recovered fully from several months ago. He was reported as very confused/disoriented. He was seen on top of our mountain between LaPaz and LaVentana near the road and possible later by walmart LaPaz. So he could have gone any direction from there.

It was noticed his home door was open with the keys in it the 4th. He ate dinner with some friends the evening of the 3rd. That leftover food was in his fridge. His phone, computer and so on were present and on. His phone and computer were able to be searched and no unusual behavior. It was reported by one of the people at the dinner very unusual behavior for him.

He had a bad accident many months ago and was in severe pain in his feet still as he broke both heels falling off a roof working and was also complaining at the dinner how upset he was with the slow recovery. It is a possibility he ran out of pain medication as none were found in his trailer and may have been looking to self-medicate, he had no history of drug use in his life. His father passed away at this age from a heart issue, so it could be likely a stroke from the symptoms of disoriented and so on.

He has been a LaVentana resident for many years, from what I remember at least 15-19 I have been here and known him. He is a very nice and caring person is his nature. We have done several community searches of our area. Now with these kinda confirmed rescue dog confirmations with the heart family history, we need to expand.





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Post by dean on Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:55 pm

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bpe wrote:b. The world’s largest animal, the blue whale, is just a few miles from our Los Barriles shore and gracing us with it’s presence on this calm, beautiful Friday morning. They can grow to be 100 feet long, the height of a 10 story building and weigh as much as 400,000 pounds. Their hearts are the size of a car and it’s beat heard more than 2 miles away. Their tongues the size of an elephant. They are bigger than any dinosaur that ever roamed the earth and known to live up to 100 years. They eat tiny krill to sustain their massive bodies, they summer in the polar arctic and winter near the equator separating our two hemisphers. But almost always they visit the East Cape, especially abundant with life sustaining sea life this season. At one time plentiful amongst the world’s oceans, as many as 350,000 a year were harvested during whaling times. Although now protected, it is believed there are approximately 15,000 in the world today – and one is here for us! See Baja’s Awesome Whales & Dolphins tomorrow for photos. See whales, Be Awesome! www.bajsawesomebeachrides.com

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Post by dean on Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:50 am

bpe wrote:a. PARVO & DISTEMPER ALERT: We have been informed by Dr Gretel that she is seeing cases of both parvo and distemper for the first time in years in dogs being brought to her from the La Ribera region. Both of these diseases are highly contagious and can be fatal – especially in younger dogs. If your dog hasn’t been vaccinated, please ensure they are vaccinated, or try to avoid them coming into contact with other dogs. For more information, please contact Dr Gretel. 624-129-5640. Emma

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Post by dean on Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:18 pm

Seems we are going to be invaded by mosquitos with a bacteria...    

http://www.eliminatedengue.com/progress/index/view/news/982?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=MexicolaunchMar21&utm_workspace=WMP+Global&utm_account=World+Mosquito+Program

some good news. Seems LaPaz is going to be a test for the Wolbachia infected Aedes Aegypti mosquito. Thus we should not see any dengue zika and so on outbreaks. The good news is this does work. And the bad news is though they are making the claim it is long term it has not shown that to be true. Not any of the tests they have made have proven that, in fact it appears for long term as I predicted it would fail. But it does make a huge dent in the short term.

http://www.eliminatedengue.com/progress/index/view/news/982?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=MexicolaunchMar21&utm_workspace=WMP+Global&utm_account=World+Mosquito+Program

my site with the articles links where this method did not work long term is at... www.mosquitoswithoutborders.com

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Post by dean on Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:29 am

Feb.8th thru the 13th. Is Carnival
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Ros Oberlyn The first Carnaval parade is Sunday, Feb. 11: It starts from Calle Colegio Militar at about 5:30 p.m. and travels along the Malecón to Marquéz de León. The second parade is Monday, Feb. 12, and it travels in the reverse direction, starting at Marquéz de León. The third parade is Tuesday, Feb. 13, and it starts from Calle Colegio Militar. I'll be posting details on the Carnaval program on my website at www.rozinlapaz.com later today.

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Post by dean on Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:10 am

Hainan Airlines Launches First Ever Mexico to Beijing Service on March 22
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Tijuana International Airport is located on the border at Otay Mesa between the United States and Mexico, minutes away from downtown San Diego. The two points are connected via the CBX (Cross Border Xpress), a new and convenient indoor crossing bridge, built exclusively for air passengers and ...




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Enjoy a romantic dinner on February 14, 2018!

Post by Mesquite on Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:25 pm

Celebrate St. Valentine's Day in the charming village of El Triunfo. Bar El Minero Restaurant offers a three-course menu with wine. We also offer a package with nearby lodging and special amenities. Dinner from 6:00p - 9:00p. Details on website. Limited space. Reservations required.

❤ See you there!

Call (+52 1) 612-194-2093 for reservations.
https://www.barelminero.com/restaurant

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Post by dean on Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:09 am

we has some rain the other day, maybe slightly over 1/8 of an inch at my location.

Here is some encouraging news... from a poster on baja nomads

Good News!

Hate to speak too soon, but ever since the marines took out seven assassins, (that wore body armor and had assault rifles), the daily two or three murders a day have slowed to most days now, none.
This is assuming that all the news fit to print is in the four local newspapers I scan daily.

We can only hope these guys aren't replaced. I suspect they were causing most of the murders. Very few survived after being attacked by the hitmen.

backed up by this article
https://www.elsudcaliforniano.com.mx/policiaca/en-bcs-practicamente-eliminados-los-homicidios-dolosos

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Historic Mountain Village Restaurant

Post by Mesquite on Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:21 pm

Bar El Minero
Call ahead for daily specials and to reserve a table: (+52 1) 612-194-2093
https://www.barelminero.com/restaurant

Open 11a – 6:30p | Paella on Sundays from 1:30p onwards
Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays
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Calle Progreso (near the corner with Ayuntamiento), El Triunfo, Baja California Sur, CP 23210, México







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Post by dean on Sun Jan 21, 2018 4:40 pm

turns out the thieves were going from the last house on south beach to the buf. It is about 2 miles past the last house heading to the east at that point from south beach.

Turns out they the police caught 2 of the thieves but a friend of mine had his car attempted to be broken into just past the last house when he went for a 2 hour bike ride. My friend did notice that there were 4 on a quad and the dropped off 2 that went to as he thought hike in the brush. Now he knows. They did very minor damage trying to enter his car.

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Where's the bufador?

Post by czarwa on Sun Jan 21, 2018 4:12 pm

Newbie wants to know where the bufador?

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Post by dean on Sat Jan 20, 2018 8:45 pm

facebook...

Just an FYI - a few of us were out at the bufador this afternoon and we left our vehicle unlocked. We were within sight of it but below on the beach. Two of the guys kept an eye on it from the beach while the rest of us had a short stroll. Some one came up to the far side of the vehicle, opened the door and out of one backpack, stole a new IPhone 7, and from another pack, stole a wallet. It was a quick snatch and run. No one saw anything. There were other valuables in the packs and in the vehicle but only the couple things at the top of the packs closest to the door on the side away from the beach were taken. Lock your vehicles, even if you think it's safe. What a way to almost ruin a few friends holiday.

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Customized Visits to Rancho Cacachilas

Post by Mesquite on Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:19 pm

Led by our guides, visitors learn about the cultural, mining and natural history of the Sierra Cacachilas. Hiking, mountain biking, day tours, camping, overnight trips, cattle round ups, birdwatching, wine and cheese tastings, running camps, hog hunting and permaculture workshops are examples of visits that can be arranged.

See you on the ranches!

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Post by dean on Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:05 pm

PHONE..... a contractor is stringing up a line that appears will head west of El Sargento from the local station at the tower.. This is phone line cable appears to be a 50-150 pair cable. This will either really diminish peoples speed/bandwidth even more or give telmex incentive to hook up the fiber feed. If someone is technical can you go get the details or if you speak Spanish and English but are not technical I can be there to ask the right questions to guestimate what is going to happen with these contractors. For people who want phone expansion their direction, you should find out the details if this is done with private money.

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Post by dean on Sun Dec 31, 2017 12:36 pm

there is now a Chevron Gas station at the first corner of LaPaz across the street from the sorienas mall.

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Post by dean on Tue Dec 19, 2017 8:28 pm

Thank you Gringo Gazette: Whales stranded in La Paz. Two whales came in too close to shore in La Paz on Sunday, the tide went out, and suddenly they were grounded. In this video, rescuers work for two hours to free this one, who is thrashing about because he has his tummy stuck on the sand. The other one was not in a place where he could be rescued. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf-w2CspEZ4

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Beautiful Sierra Cacachilas Ranch Adventures

Post by Mesquite on Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:13 am

This holiday season, explore the Sierra's stunning nature. Sign up for a ranch visit unique to Baja California Sur. Led by our guides, visitors can learn about the cultural, mining and natural history of the region. Hiking, mountain biking, camping, wine and cheese tasting, organic gardening and farm-to-table activities are examples of ways that guests can choose to experience the working ranches of Rancho Cacachilas. We also have a new pump track in El Sargento that caters to all mountain biking skill levels. Please visit our website to see photos, videos and maps and read about the mosaic of holistic land management projects we are developing. Call our Hub to reserve a visit that is just right for you, 7 days a week, including on Christmas and New Year's.

Happy holidays!

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Post by dean on Fri Dec 08, 2017 6:23 am

her is a disappointing one. I started cooking with it only a few months ago lightly vs olive oil because of the neutral taste. Though an early test seems an ounce of prevention is well worth it.

https://newatlas.com/canola-oil-linked-to-alzheimers/52526/

Canola oil linked to Alzheimer's complications in new study

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Post by dean on Tue Dec 05, 2017 2:39 pm

Festival de Artes in San Antonino Dec 10, 10am – 4pm If you missed the Colina de Sol art show, come to the historic town of San Antonino, and enjoy a Festival de Artes in their newly restored City plaza! Lots of traditional entertainment, food and artists. There will be lots to see and do, and plenty of shopping opportunities.

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Post by dean on Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:32 am

remember our phone numbers are just numbers, I am receiving calls from what it sounds like a threat to a child this is a well-documented scam in Mexico.

number 587-227-0858 744-351-0564

http://www.bcsnoticias.mx/pgje-bcs-alerto-llamadas-extorsion-telefonica-la-temporada/

via google translate wrote:The Attorney General of the State presented 7 numbers of extortion, while he made a call to citizens to avoid falling into such situations
La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS ). Increasing family trips during this time of year, reflecting increasing attempts to telephone extortion in the state, so the Attorney General of the State (PGJE ) in Baja California Sur , alerted the public to take precautions necessary to avoid becomingvictim of this criminal behavior.

In connection with the foregoing, the head of the agency, Erasmo Palemón almilla Villed to, said this week there have been 7 numbers as issuers of extortion attempts, which were presented during Wednesday to prevent them from being answered.

The numbers announced by PGJE are: 442 32 8 June 59, 934 34 August 94 60, and 624 April 23, 21 52, 492 May 18, 86 69, likewise warned of the numbers 664 70 September 8, 01, 612 June 22 59 44 14 23 83 55 80.

Meanwhile, it was noted that the forms of deception phone they use, those engaged in committing this unlawful conduct, is the threat of harm if the person fails to make any payment in exchange for protection of an alleged criminal group.

Meanwhile, the Attorney General urged those affected to file the appropriate complaint with the public prosecutor or through anonymous reporting line 088, insisting that they should avoid answering calls key Ladas and unknown numbers.

Finally , Alamilla Villeda recommended to avoid providing personal and family information to strangers, who also identify themselves as employees of financial institutions, banks or different companies and ask the victim as possible all kinds of personal data, financial and references.

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