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Indian man who borrowed 800,000 baht from friend for retirement extension held on fraud charges

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47 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.

mebbe he promised to hand over his passport AFTER he went to immigration for his extension?

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a dangerous job these daring police have to keep the county save from dangerous individuals with funny long names. awards and commendations for their bravery all around! think of the citizens they have saved from untold unspoken unnamed harm, wow is all I can say after that /sarc.

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4 hours ago, Pilotman said:

I wouldn't lend 800K to anyone outside my immediate family. 

 

Giving money to your family would simply be considered a gift.    🎅😥

 

 

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4 hours ago, mikebell said:

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

Maybe cause unlike most folks I haven't caught the carry a cell phone with me everywhere disease that most people have. Clean living and a good diet I guess. It normally can be found in my car dusty and uncharged. Only when I make my monthly sojourn into the various attractions of big city living does my wife charge it (if she remembers) in case I find something at Yok, Big C Makro, Jira Honey and other emporiums that cater to our needs. If my wife is with me what use would I have carrying a cell phone as she is the only I call 99 % of the time

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4 hours ago, ianezy0 said:

The guy holding up the sign has got 3 hands!

Condition known as "polymelia"

 

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Indians are the chief money lenders in Thailand. Maybe less so in Burriram than Bangkok, but the same paid for enforcement will apply.

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5 hours ago, Pilotman said:

I wouldn't lend 800K to anyone outside my immediate family. 

And even that comes with its inherent dangers. 

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1 minute ago, Artisi said:

And even that comes with its inherent dangers. 

Indeed it does. 

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1 hour ago, Moti24 said:

Amazing (Thailand) that the police can pull-out all the stops to catch one guy, while there are agents running around scot-free, after committing fraud on a daily basis, right under the noses of immigration officers.

 

Hypocrisy at its best!  Big time!

That's not fraud, that's generating funds for brown envelopes, a legitimate, worthwhile, and honourable undertaking fully within the bounds of good business practice. 

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40 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

Condition known as "polymelia"

 

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Good observation.... 

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5 hours ago, nickstav said:

Would you loan 800,000 Baht to an Indian? That's 800 short times for him and 3 of his friends.

I do not lend money to ANYBODY !

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1 hour ago, mogoso said:

Maybe cause unlike most folks I haven't caught the carry a cell phone with me everywhere disease that most people have. Clean living and a good diet I guess. It normally can be found in my car dusty and uncharged. Only when I make my monthly sojourn into the various attractions of big city living does my wife charge it (if she remembers) in case I find something at Yok, Big C Makro, Jira Honey and other emporiums that cater to our needs. If my wife is with me what use would I have carrying a cell phone as she is the only I call 99 % of the time

I only call my wife 1% of the time.

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