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

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2 hours ago, ChouDoufu said:

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

Should have gone with him.

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4 hours ago, Andrew65 said:

...we all know full well it ain't just Indians doing this?!🤔 They're just "late to the party".

I'm surprised that in this case the lender didn't at least keep this guys passport, if he didn't. Probably cos he was one of his "best mates".

How could he keep the passport if you need to go to immigration 

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3 hours ago, Myran said:

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

 

You do understand the difference between civil and criminal?

 

In this case, it's civil, and the Police are not tasked with figuring out who is right and wrong based on contracts or word of mouth.

 

Thats what courts are for, not for debt collecting.

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1 hour ago, DLock said:

 

You do understand the difference between civil and criminal?

 

In this case, it's civil, and the Police are not tasked with figuring out who is right and wrong based on contracts or word of mouth.

 

Thats what courts are for, not for debt collecting.

Theft is theft. I'm sure you would be happy with the police's actions had you been the victim.

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9 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 looks like the middle cop could do with some KFC's

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4 hours ago, Myran said:

Theft is theft. I'm sure you would be happy with the police's actions had you been the victim.

 

You see, that's the problem. You are hearing one side of the story and don't know if there was a contract, the terms, if it was valid and if it was breached...and are making assumptions.

 

It may be theft. It may not be....but it is a civil matter, that any smart lawyer would turn into a court issue and drag it out.

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so it is illegal for a person to borrow money for the purpose of getting a visa?  what if someone uses their line of credit for 800k then returns it in 2 - 3 months?  what if one uses a possession as collateral to borrow money?

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11 hours ago, Lucius verus said:

Where is the Indian perp?

Is that him hiding behind the sign with what appears to be three hands?

The bib must spend a fortune on all these glossy billboards ,signs, posters and maps.

They have an exclusive deal with Prawit's Poster Palace.

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12 hours ago, Petchou said:

I will not loan it to you either and to any farang living in Thailand due to high number of losers and scams running from their country. Lol

 

 Never lend money to a farlang , unlikely you will get your money back.

if they need to borrow, they should not be here ..

 

 

       

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7 hours ago, brianthainess said:

I only call my wife 1% of the time.

  Same same , no signal in the village .555

 

 

 

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It's people like these that gave genuine retirees a hard time, and have to keep the money longer than necessary.

 

I hope he's banned from Thailand for cheating the govt.

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2 minutes ago, EricTh said:

It's people like these that gave genuine retirees a hard time, and have to keep the money longer than necessary.

 

I hope he's banned from Thailand for cheating the govt.

Why single him out and not a peep about the masses using dodgy agents not to mention the  … dodgy agents?

 

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16 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..

 

No it is not.  Cite the Thai law violated.  

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