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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 12:57
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Thai dishonesty: Our friend stole 10 million baht from us

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Thai dishonesty: Our friend stole 10 million baht from us

 

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A group of about a dozen Thais went to Pattaya police yesterday to say that one of their trusted friends had ripped them off to the tune of 10 million baht. 

 

Piyathida Wongthani, 40, said they believed their friend because she ran a tour company. They invested in a Ponzi scheme and an insurance and loan scam. 

 

There are thought to be more than 20 victims some of whom have already reported separately to police. Losses are in the region of ten million baht, reported Pattaya Online News

 

Police said they want to talk to Suphaporn Thongwanphen, 51, who has a police record for hiring illegal guides. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Thai dishonesty:

Wait for the knock on your door for using these derogative words in your headline with intention to tarnish the image of the country (sarcasm)

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“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Mtthew 5:3

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6 hours ago, mikebell said:

I thought a Police Inspector said Thais do not steal off Thais?

it was "invested" therefore not  stolen.................simple, a  bit  like the greedy  "fools" who invested

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1 hour ago, Lupatria said:

Wait for the knock on your door for using these derogative words in your headline with intention to tarnish the image of the country (sarcasm)

But it is completely unessecary and simply there to rile you lot up. 

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its a national pastime here in Thailand 

lots of people ripping off others 

but when its the scammers getting conned  payback time 

as they say Mai Pen Rai this is Thailand 

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