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6 minutes ago, lamyai3 said:

Maybe a group of friends could get together, pool their money and then recycle the combined income to each of their accounts in turn, staggered over the month. As many as 15 could join in at around 5k a pop. What could possibly go wrong? 

Prior to these current changes it wasnt unknown for 2-3 guys to use the same 800k for deposit.

 

2 minutes ago, FritsSikkink said:

Then your 65K is NOT income.

Yes legally , technically its not but in theory it would meet the immigration requirements as income, as per the OPs youtube video.

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3 minutes ago, lamyai3 said:

At 227 clicks currently, he's racked up a handsome profit of 23 cents. Glass half full though, if he gets two million clicks it'd raise around 65k... 

What country was it earned in, is a youtube cheque acceptable income and do you need a WP.

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1 minute ago, Peterw42 said:

Prior to these current changes it wasnt unknown for 2-3 guys to use the same 800k for deposit.

Yes, seasoning was brought in to attempt to stop this (at one time there was no seasoning at all on the 800k), but it could still have been done perhaps up to three times a year. I'm just pushing the same idea to it's absurd conclusion regarding income recycling, though as has been mentioned it wouldn't be genuine income.

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9 hours ago, fforest1 said:
11 hours ago, elviajero said:

You are proposing fraud, and your proposal does not comply with regulations.

 

 

Bla Bla Bla so expats should walk the strait a narrow in a country riddled with fraud and whos constantly changing visa rules are a murky as a London fog...lol

 

I say any thing a all that works should be taken into serious  consideration...

Not to mention that the OP did mention in his video that he has over 65k income per month but doesn't need that much per month brought in.

 

Elviajero doesn't understand the difference between having an income of 65k per month and needing 65k per month. Is he training for the proxy Thai immigration police brigade?

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1 hour ago, balo said:

It's actually better to use an agent and borrow 800k. Immigration officials approve. 

 

 

I agreed agents fees will for sure rise but i suspect they will be under the costs required on the money go round method.

Agent will be tidier less work, and probably cost involved 

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26 minutes ago, Crossy said:

After only 40 months you'll have the 800,000 needed to extend on that basis and can import whatever you like 🙂

A quarter of a billion youtube clicks will also raise the 800k, while enjoying the same giddy heights as Charlie bit my finger and Oppun Gangnam style. 

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How are funds transferred back to host country. 24x transfer payments plus loss on XE, how much per annum does that cost.

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16 hours ago, elviajero said:

It’s been suggested many times already.

 

It may not be illegal, but you are claiming to have an income that you don’t have which means you are making a fraudulent application.

 

You would need more than £500, because the £500 would soon reduce with the cost of sending it back and forth.

 

And it’s unknown how immigration would react seeing 65K coming in every month, but seeing some transferred out again. 

 

How could you disguise the money as being from a Govt Pension. You  need to keep up with the latest gossip. 

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29 minutes ago, elviajero said:

tropo doesn’t understand that the OP was suggesting this idea for people (not himself) that do not have 65K income.

 

elviajero is looking out for other members that might beleive the OP’s claim that churning money to inflate an income is legit.

With all due respect, I think elviajero should stop trying to do UJs job. 

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I don’t know if I have missed something in all this banter about proving INCOME. Doesn’t Thai Immigration still accept embassy letters as proof of INCOME? That letter just states one's INCOME, not the amount brought into Thailand each month, which is up to the individual.

Now that SOME embassies have stopped issuing these letters another method of proving INCOME is necessary, but that shouldn’t  change what the individual wishes to do with that INCOME.  

I don’t see why a person from one country can just show certified income letter and one from another country has to bring in THB 65,000 every month whether needed or not.

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3 minutes ago, indepth said:

With all due respect, I think elviajero should stop trying to do UJs job. 

What job would that be? He’s a moderator and I have no interest in being one.

 

His job is not to answer the trolls trolling me. His job is to delete pointless posts like yours and this reply to it!

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