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Is this not a civil matter? 

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3 minutes ago, ChipButty said:

Is this not a civil matter? 

No, he defrauded his friend out of 800k. Sounds like he was doing a runner. Surprised that the lender didn't keep his passport until repayment.

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I’m guessing that they’ll want to make an example of him to show what happens if you try to circumvent the financial requirements visas/extension of stays.


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3 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Giving the Indian 800k baht to get an extension of stay is aiding in committing fraud against immigration and Thai government..

 

How is that committing fraud, surely it matters not as long as you show 800.000 in your bank and follow the new  seasoning rules ? 

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3 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Giving the Indian 800k baht to get an extension of stay is aiding in committing fraud against immigration and Thai government..

 

Just what the agents get around but they are never arrested

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9 minutes ago, Andrew65 said:

No, he defrauded his friend out of 800k. Sounds like he was doing a runner. Surprised that the lender didn't keep his passport until repayment.

 

Incorrect. It's a civil matter.

 

The police have no jurisdiction over contracts between individuals, and cannot determine who is right and who is wrong. That's what courts are for.

 

The police seemed to be motivated to help the Lender, however, it is not yet a criminal case.

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4 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Giving the Indian 800k baht to get an extension of stay is aiding in committing fraud against immigration and Thai government..

 

And nobody would ever do that now ,would they

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2 hours ago, ianezy0 said:

The guy holding up the sign has got 3 hands!

The guy on the right noticed that too !

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3 hours ago, mikebell said:

Can/do the Thai police track every one's phone? If so, why the need for TM 30s?

good market coming for burner phones ?

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5 hours ago, ezzra said:

Strange that the police acted to quickly on what is a civil matter, unless of course, someone has promised someone else a well deserved reward upon apprehension of the runner and recovery of said loot.. 

Yeah, <deleted> the police for doing their job. They're obviously up to something. 

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6 minutes ago, Myran said:

Yeah, <deleted> the police for doing their job. They're obviously up to something. 

Bypassing the agents is a serious crime it seems....

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