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BANGKOK 23 April 2019 14:52
noah12

What is the consequences of using fake degree to teach in Thailand

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What is the consequences of using  fake degree to teach in Thailand . 

Do you go to  jail  if you're court using  fake degree in Thailand? 

How long  is the jail terms? 

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What are the consequences of using a fake degree to teach in Thailand ?

The respect coming from all the imbeciles who believe in the veracity of these graduates, while knowing the owner well any donkey would realize that it is not likely 👍

 

(I'am joking no one is targeted :smile:

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WAY too much scrutiny right now. Don't even entertain the thought.

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If someone in authority was pissed off enough they might push to get you blacklisted i.e. never able to return to Thailand again.

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16 hours ago, Shoeless Joe said:

The consequences are potentially many and varied.

1) It's probable that your work permit (if you have one) will be rescinded

2) It's likely that your visa will be revoked

3) Your employers are likely to contact the police

4) Your emplyers might expect you to repay any money you've (illegally) earned

5) You will more than likely have to go to court

6) It's possible you might have to contribute to BIB's tea fund

7) It's likely you will be fined (heavily)

😎 It's unlikely that you will go to prison

9) It's likely you will be deported

 

All-in-all it's a stupid thing to contemplate.

 

Regards,

 

Joe

 

He could be jailed if he couldn't pay the fine...

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16 hours ago, Shoeless Joe said:

The consequences are potentially many and varied.

1) It's probable that your work permit (if you have one) will be rescinded

2) It's likely that your visa will be revoked

3) Your employers are likely to contact the police

4) Your emplyers might expect you to repay any money you've (illegally) earned

5) You will more than likely have to go to court

6) It's possible you might have to contribute to BIB's tea fund

7) It's likely you will be fined (heavily)

😎 It's unlikely that you will go to prison

9) It's likely you will be deported

 

All-in-all it's a stupid thing to contemplate.

 

Regards,

 

Joe

 

 

or; be awarded honorary thai citizenship

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I know of 1 person caught with a fake degree.

Work permit etc no longer valid.

Deported (but not jailed while waiting for the flight, I think was given 7 days to leave)

Banned from re-entering Thailand for 6 months.

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Posted (edited)

I did it for 14 years with 2 employers. Nobody cared. But that was in the good old days.

 

No, 3 employers, I forgot one.

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As this topic is in violation of the following forum rule:

 

3) You will not post about activities or links to websites containing such material that are illegal in Thailand. This includes but is not limited to: gambling, betting, pornography, illegal drugs, fake goods/clothing, file sharing of pirated material, pyramid schemes, etc. Discussion of the above is permitted only as news items, but never as a "how to" topic.

 

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