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Daughter, bank employees sued for Bt250m embezzlement

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Good old Kasikorn bank. 

My account stopped working on Thursday. 

Three days later and six resets, 90 baht in calls, a new pin, a new K plus card, and 300 baht, numerous signatures and copies of the passport.

And nobody has a clue..

Response..

Maybe I do something wrong. 

 

Its obviously a issue with this bank. 

Plus the Thais desire for possessions. 

Normally other people's. 

 

What's yours is mine. 

And what's mine, is my own. 

Terrible place for money scams. 

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1 hour ago, murraynz said:

I don't think it can get much lower than this.... Stealing from your own ailing mother... Corruption and the desire for money, overides everything else, in Thailand.. 

Maybe she didn't have a farang to get the claws into?

 

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2 minutes ago, dallen52 said:
1 hour ago, murraynz said:

I don't think it can get much lower than this.... Stealing from your own ailing mother... Corruption and the desire for money, overides everything else, in Thailand.. 

Maybe she didn't have a farang to get the claws into?

 

or maybe mum is a widow-of-farang?

  - puts 2and2 together the daughter thought there was even more hidden?

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31 minutes ago, tifino said:

or maybe mum is a widow-of-farang?

  - puts 2and2 together the daughter thought there was even more hidden?

MONEY.  MONEY MONEY, nice song, ABBA 

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16 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

why were they not arrested and charged with fraud?

LOL...fraud in Thailand as a crime? You would have to lock up almost the entire country if it were.

 

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3 hours ago, zaZa9 said:

Yep.

How do you think ANY of us would go trying the same thing in our respective countries ??

I cant hear you ?

 

All those who say Banking is THE SAME here as at  home are talking through their orifices.

 

Some of them don't really know where they are, others do, but are in perpetual denial.

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15 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?  

Yes, so it is, it seems to be done quite often and by many banks, in total opposition to the rules supposedly(!) protecting an individual's assets entrusted to those bankers! And guess what, it looks like the lame excuse (when any...) is accepted by Police and Justice! Any malafide relative can ask whatever (s)he wants, it is the banks responsibility to enforce the rules it set itself, isn't it? But no, TiT I guess, I didn't hear of (out of the odd exception) banks restituating the irregularly withdrawn amounts...

P.S.: my "interest" in these abuses comes from several pharangs I knew about having been victim, the "relative" for them mostly being their local "wife" (married or not...) or even GF, unbelievable!

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17 hours ago, BritManToo said:

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

Does anyone know if she's single?

Not if i get there first

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17 hours ago, BritManToo said:

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

Does anyone know if she's single?

Sick old lady meets _________ *old man

 

Sounds like a match made in heaven

 

*Insert appropriate word here!

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I wonder how the old woman had become so unusually wealthy. If she got the money from corruption and graft, I don´t feel pity for her.  Karma can be a bitch.

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5 hours ago, Truthhurts said:

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.

Yep nasty people everywhere .Fortunately though in most ' Farang' countries the police actually make an effort to catch and prosecute the fraudsters.

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25 minutes ago, Xonax said:

I wonder how the old woman had become so unusually wealthy.

The other newspaper (does not allow to be linked here) has some details.

Three decades in business with building frames for air-conditioners.

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I think the bigger question is how did granny amass a 250 million baht fortune?

 

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18 hours ago, BritManToo said:

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

Does anyone know if she's single?

You're always looking to get screwed, huh?

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How is this a civil lawsuit and not a criminal conspiracy being prosecuted by a criminal court? 

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