Bureaucracy - it's not so bad, just so long as you give them what they expect.
and then wrote on another thread advertising his "services":
This forum alone contains enough evidence of bureaucratic nightmares made worse by not having someone with you that knows how the system works.
and then wrote:
Sure, you can do all this yourself - but the point is that even for a Polish person, it's a minefield in navigating, particularly in dealing with the Foreigner's offices which can often have very funny ideas, even with EU citizens. I had enough nonsense when doing it for myself!
and then wrote:
life is much more difficult for non-EU citizens in Poland........but as always in Poland, the devil is in the detail.
Of course, you can do it all yourself - but we take the pain away :)
Many people also get themselves in a terrible mess and would rather pay someone for the peace of mind rather than risk getting it wrong.
I've dealt with one person who managed to get into a dreadful mess concerning residency, benefits and health insurance
There are also countless other cases where people have been screwed over by their employers in Poland - those people are hardly likely to receive assistance from their employers, are they?
i could go on and on, but here's a post from dagenhamdave regarding Delphiandomine:
Who are you, what are your qualifications and credentials, and what references do you have?
well Mr. dagenham, I asked the same questions a couple weeks ago, with no answers. glad to see others are catching on.
This poster, Delphiandomine is an absolute disease on this forum. I'm new to Polish Forums, but I couldn't help but notice how this poster routinely fires back comment after comment on various threads (1200 posts in a little over a year's time) doing nothing but saying how fantastic Poland is, displaying a sort of blind patriotism, reeeally waving the white and red like I have never seen before even from a NATIVE Pole, and then I started wondering where the motivation was coming from, because his posts about how everything is unicorns and rainbows in Poland is just uncanny. This guy defends things in Poland where absolutely anybody that has spent 6 months or more in Poland would tell you otherwise.........and THEN turns around and says that without his help, you're doomed. Saying the bureaucracy in Poland is "not so bad" is laughable, but what's even worse is to critisize it TO THE BONE and then turn around and offer your services. There are countless instances like this on Polish Forums with Delphiandomine.
When I read between the lines, this is what I see from Delphiandomine:
"YES!, it's great here! Come to Poland, anyone and everyone! And then when you get here and realize how completely disastrous the system is along with other "mine fields" you may encounter, here's my web address to my company, we'll get you sorted out for a great price!"
It amazes me that this clown has not been booted from Polish Forums yet.
So KLove, consider this to be some "tips for a first-time Expat."
And as for you Delphiandomine, you display immaturity and a lack of professionalism. Whether you mean well or not or your "business" is legit or not, your actions along with methods on this forum are all wrong. For those of you, like KLove looking to take the plunge and head out to Poland, well, come and see for yourself. Just don't be surprised if the fluffy bunnies and velvet ropes Delphiandomine promised you are not here. BUT, if you run into any emergencies....you know who to contact!!! Lindenia.net!!!