Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines

Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines
Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines

Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines

Fellow readers, not long ago I made an important announcement on something big was about to happen in the Philippines. A unique call center was on the way, the local government, including Guenther Vomberg (He’s a Public Person)! We’re in full rehearsal for the inauguration day. Chris Bennetts also was scheduled to be there with 2 chicks under 15 entertaining his partners and guests. And just when everything was about to begin Matt Wilkie launched the bombshell. In a special entry of the sister blog he put this: 

Matt Wilkie Living apart from family.

 Is part of expat life most people aren’t ready for until it happens.

In reality, I have done it most of my life as my family traveled with the military even as I child I was away from extended family for sometimes years. Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines

These days, though it continued as I work as a transient expat and often away from the wife and kids for months. My daughter in the UK I don’t get to see as much as I would like, but hopefully, once she’s hit an age, she can make her own travel decisions she will come out to us instead. But it’s these sorts of things people overlook when thinking about moving out to the Philippines as an expat. But even more so the safety net of having friends and family to rely on you need to rebuild or live without. Matt Wilkie from Cebu Philippines

I have been lucky enough to see some of my family come out to the Philippines but many things have kept many others away. Generally its the media stories that freak people out, the obsession they will be kidnapped or murdered. Even though to be honest, I find the Philippines a lot safer than parts of the UK. But it’s difficult to change the mindset and it does leave some people out who would love to come to the Philippines. Which is a bit of a pity considering its only things they have read that are stopping them. In reality, we live miles away from any conflicts and generally as a tourist people are more likely to not bother with you at all except to maybe want to introduce you to their families.

2012 is just over and into 2013 I am already expecting to be away from home for the first part of this year. Not sure where yet, but I am hoping that we will buy another lot this year and develop a family home. My wife April and the kids, however, will be still in the Philippines while I am abroad. Pity getting passports for the UK aren’t easier as having them would make life so much easier for the family to travel together.

Guys, listen: We have seen in the Philippines the worst, the bottom of expat international community from everywhere. From losers to low life sexpats, scammers pedophiles, druggies and mentally retarded. No one comes close to this guy Matt Wilkie. For 5 years now you read his crap spread on pages and pages, all shattered dreams of an adventurer  loser. Not long ago, just days, he was telling us that he’s building a “call Center” showed pictures of construction, but no proof it was  HIS building, He told us about installation of extra internet “super fast”lines, hiring people and on en on en on…. Take a look below.


He got married with a young girl and have children, he can’t take responsibility. He’s lying all the way giving the impression that he travels as a businessman, using words like “my overseas projects” putting pictures CEO looking and posting impressive resumés. It’s all   Smoke and mirrors. The truth is he goes in the Emirates for 4-5 months working as a security guard making some money working 20/24, then he comes back to Cebu creates a circus atmosphere about himself, pictures, articles of wealth, purchase of motorcycle thrilled that he has been able to pay $1.500 for that, travels and “last minute failed deals” on purchase a house in Cebu and more…

No stopping, same diarrhea as his friend Guenther Vomberg the Commander. He became a typical Filipino Overseas worker, same behavior, same illusions, no worker has accumulated wealth working as security personnel in the sultanate of Oman.
As for the statement, he made above:

“Pity getting passports in the UK aren’t easier as having them would make life so much easier for the family to travel together”.

A liar speaking here! The truth is, he’s not financially fit to qualify his family for an immigrant visa. The UK like almost all European countries require a minimum annual income, about 20.000 Euros in England, 1.500 a month easily achievable on the European rich countries.

“The businessman”  can’t afford it. Because the loser is “bonrien” (good for nothing). After the revelations he made on his blogs about a few pimps he was working with lost the trust of the “milieu” they don’t want him anymore, they all stay away!.. Now? Back to Oman again… I hope you did not receive any down payment from naive investors in exchange of future “call center” services did you? We’ll keep an eye on that….

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