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British Embassy Bangkok to Stop Certification of Income Letters


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British embassy are a total waste of space.  

They are worse than that, they are useless, incompetent, ineffective morons.  Well done the Brits, thanks for your support for your Citizens. So now we have to deposit our hard earned money into an in

Ha ha ha! I see that joke about how how open a bank account in Thailand requires only three items. They deliberately miss out the details about how you need to visit many banks (often the sa

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33 minutes ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

The link is in Thai and very slow to open or does not open at all.

The site does not have a time stamp, so can't say whether is has been revised or is new.

 

What I find interesting that under documents there is proof of income required like pension, interest etc. (point 3. in the last section).

But there is no mention of an income letter from embassy.

 

Was this income letter mentioned in previous orders/policies?

I simply don't know.

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I bet the rest will follow, this is most likely a request by the Thais to scrutinize the monthly income.

 

Knowing a few Brits who did the two bank money transfer scam - transfer funds from bank A to bank b account or from the wife's account monthly and showing the Embassy they have the "income".

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