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Daughter, bank employees sued for Bt250m embezzlement

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7 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

proceeded according to the wishes of the customer's close relatives, with no ill intention

Immaterial and irrelevant what the "close relatives" wanted.  The laws and the bank policies spell out pretty clearly who has jurisdiction and authority on how process a person's bank account.  Of course disgusting behavior on the daughter and most likely the bank employees also, but that is for a court to decide

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5 hours ago, Misterwhisper said:

So according to this lame excuse anyone can march into a bank branch and clean out their close relative's bank account because they "wish to do so" and without bank staff demanding to see some legitimization?  

yeah, well, in some cases yes, I have heard of that.  In this case, it seems likely that the bank employees colluded with the daughter to make things look legitimate with fake documents, power of attorney paperwork, joint signature or account ownership etc.

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7 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Nothing like stealing $8M from a sick old lady.

Does anyone know if she's single?

Yes. She is available. PM me for her number.

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This is going to be a 'juicy' one....the more money they have the more they lie and cheat to get their hands on it.

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3 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Fraud by bank employees makes the bank liable.

I'm thinking they got a share of the money.

"KasikornBank has clarified in a statement that its employees proceeded according to the wishes of the customer's close relatives, with no ill intention. "

 

as for their share of the money ….  well   …….. that's anyone's guess. 

 

OT:  your up early this morning

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6 hours ago, kevin612 said:

This is a family matter, the daughter couldn’t wait for the big fortune.

She got in there before the other family members could get their hands on it

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50 minutes ago, steven100 said:

OT:  your up early this morning

Made mince pies and apple pies yesterday, ate too many, stomach ache, couldn't sleep, feeling better now.

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Embezzlement. Pffft.

It would never happen in good old back home.

Only good people live in farang countries and would never dream of ripping others off.

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that is some serious coin she had in the bank,why not give the daughter some of the money anyway if she needed it.instead sue her and the bank for it back

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show her face!!!

I'd luv to see what 250Mil being torn out of someone's skin looks like!!!    (clockwork orange style)

Wax Waxing GIF - Wax Waxing Waxa GIFs 

 

and then the employees, one at a time...

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She's gone down the Civil route because the criminal route stalled.  Local police made no progress - I wonder why?

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Kasikorn's explanation is laughable. It is the RULES & LAWS that the bank

employees should adhere to. NOT the wishes of relatives, no matter HOW

close. 

 

Banking Elsewhere,

MWB

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12 hours ago, ThomasThBKK said:

lol and i get laughed at when i recommend people to use UOB and Citibank here instead...

I would love to use Citi bank but do not have the money

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