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BANGKOK 24 January 2019 11:43
webfact

Tempers fray as queues grow long at Krungthai Bank’s ATMs

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13 minutes ago, webfact said:

Nampheung Pongsawat revealed that she had been waiting in the Lan Sak queue for hours

She should have waited a day or two. Standing hours in an ATM queue...

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1 minute ago, PatOngo said:

So that's how you return happiness to the people, give them 500 baht each.

Not just the 500 baht. The introduction of six numbers on the atm pins. At my local branch, there were at least a half-a-dozen, at the atms, at any one time while I was there on Friday.

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20 minutes ago, Justgrazing said:

It p*ssed me off when someone has just 2 cards and are depositing , taking , depositing dough for minutes .. Imagine someone with 30 or 40 in front of you .. And tempers were fraying they said .. 

On Friday, there were so many people, at the branch I was at, that the traffic came to a standstill. People stopping their bikes and pick-ups on the road 'cause they only expected to be quick, but were frustrated that they were queuing for 15 minutes. And they could not leave the queue. The traffic was at a standstill. Right back to the cycle repair shop.

 

Tempers were getting frayed. But no fights why I was there.

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I'm going to say something here that not everyone will agree with. But if you agree with me then that's good. Some of the posts are nothing short of 'rants'.

 

Why do we not have a 'rant' section, where we can let off some serious steam, and expose the guilty?

 

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"when some people showed up with 30-40 cards each to withdraw the cash on behalf of others having been paid Bt10 a pop"

 

40 cards.......and PINs.

 

Good thing there are no card skimming machines in Thailand.

 

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2 hours ago, PatOngo said:

So that's how you return happiness to the people, give them 500 baht each.

It is called a handout to the poorer people of Thailand.

It may be populist tactics, but the T governments did the same and tried to only give their supporters.

Slightly different.

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