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from your post it sounds like you are Thai.  yes ?

your writing gives you away (but let's hear from you first)

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If he doesn't pay, you will. How good of a friend can he be within 1 month? Just say, sorry can't do it.

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Being a guarantor means you effectively owe the money to the bank. If your friend does not pay, the bank will come to you for payment. Worst case, you can owe the bank the entire amount of the loan. My advise to anyone is to never sign as a guarantor, except for your immediate family. Even then, only when you are confident that they can repay the loan. Assisting someone to get a loan they clearly do not qualify for does not serve anyone.

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9 minutes ago, rumak said:

from your post it sounds like you are Thai.  yes ?

your writing gives you away (but let's hear from you first)

A Thai doesn't need a work permit.

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9 minutes ago, rumak said:

from your post it sounds like you are Thai.  yes ?

your writing gives you away (but let's hear from you first)

why would khun thai need a work permit ???

 

wbr

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I will spell it out for you two guys that don't get what i said    TROLL !

The writing of the OP follows the pattern of a Thai speaker.  Forget about the work permit stuff . 

The grammar and lack of an S on the words  month   and   want    indicate the way a Thai speaker would speak english.

  viki ?  chai mai or mai chai ?    

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3 minutes ago, rumak said:

I will spell it out for you two guys that don't get what i said    TROLL !

The writing of the OP follows the pattern of a Thai speaker.  Forget about the work permit stuff . 

The grammar and lack of an S on the words  month   and   want    indicate the way a Thai speaker would

speak english.     

my guess eastern european coz lack of the definite article.

 

wbr

roobaa01

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12 minutes ago, rumak said:

I will spell it out for you two guys that don't get what i said    TROLL !

The writing of the OP follows the pattern of a Thai speaker.  Forget about the work permit stuff . 

The grammar and lack of an S on the words  month   and   want    indicate the way a Thai speaker would speak english.

  viki ?  chai mai or mai chai ?    

I don't agree.  A Thai would have put "na krubp" or "na ka" at the end. 🙂

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As you signed up one hour ago from the US and are posting from the US I am closing this troll topic.

//CLOSED// 

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