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Handicapped foreigner conned out of ten million baht by sweet talking Thai woman

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Never cease to amaze me what people will do when they are vulnerable and believe all the B****T about Thailand

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2020, is this for real or another made up story...

 

another fool and his money

 

oops, I lost my house to my ex... also 10M, I should shut the f.... 

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Ah........love is blind for some, got to feel for another one who bites the dust.

 

When will "men" truly understand, love and ones finances should always be totally separate and should always be that way, why, because love can die, and money will always keep you alive.

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Is it not happening just in Thailand. Meet many westerns who lost many more to their "love of their lives" back in the west.

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Perhaps he lived in a very honest world before. When I started to travel to tourist destinations in developing countries I learned many lessons about scams. The good thing was that I learned mostly by watching and by listening to others. 

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25 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

Ah........love is blind for some, got to feel for another one who bites the dust.

 

When will "men" truly understand, love and ones finances should always be totally separate and should always be that way, why, because love can die, and money will always keep you alive.

Love maybe blind but it ain't LOVE in Thailand 

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He contacted the Chiang Mai police and a lawyer. They both needed paying to act on his behalf.

 

All perfectly normal then🤔

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3 minutes ago, Jingthing said:

Not at all. 

It's a very shameful feeling to be scammed like that. 

You blame yourself for not knowing better. 

I certainly didn't call the police and I'm sure only a fraction of such cases internationally are reported. 

That's one of the insidious aspects of this kind of crime. The criminals know that they probably won't even be reported because being a victim is so embarrassing. 

You may as well tell us HOW you got scammed 

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