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BANGKOK 21 April 2019 23:03
Jingthing

Very bad case scenario -- what if you're blacklisted but still have assets in Thailand?

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Just now, KarlS said:

Listening to and repeating rumour and "tall tales" is never a good idea. 

It's a real case. 

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Just now, Jingthing said:

It's a real case. 

Provide verifiable detail 

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Ask a lawyer......there's that's sorted until the next "the world is coming to an end" thread.

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Posted (edited)

i know a thai i trust, i would phone her and tell her to sell the

bike back to the shop, pack and bring my clothes, empty my bank account, and take the rest for her self.

ed, i would also ask her to see if i can chose destination myself somehow

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Well. there is something that you can try to do. You must have someone that you can trust in thailand and give him a power of attorney. You can find those power of attorney in a pre filled module in book shops...
If he is a thai citizen it would be better I guess.
For the car you can write all the forms for the transfer including copy of your passport and give it to your friend as well. You must be more specific, by the way.

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yep, print power of attorney forms, fill them properly for each separate uses, sign them and courrier them to someone you trust.

they can sell your condo, sell your bike.

any amount can be bought in bitcoin with a little bit of a fee, you cash wherever you want

failing that: anyone with enough time and your debit card can drain your accounts slowly but surely

 

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If your blacklisted for life you have 3 choices...

1...Fight it with mega expensive lawyer

2...Sneak in and sell every thing

3..Give it all to the wife or Mia-noy.....

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30 minutes ago, jmd8800 said:

My father told me when I was a kid growing up: Never borrow trouble from the future.

 

It seems all you do is create topics of hypothetical situations...i.e borrowing trouble from the future.

 

It gets old. My days are numbered on this forum as the signal to noise has gone over the top since the 'October surprise' of the income affidavits.

That's a really good quote (and one I'm occasionally guilty of) - though some might say there's a fine line between borrowing trouble from the future and planning for the future. But I see your Pa's point.

 

100% agree on the 'noise' observation - the repetition is mind numbing.

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