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Chiang Mai: Young couple stole nearly 4 million baht from employer during lockdown

 

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A former bank employee and her boyfriend, aged just 26 and 31, siphoned off nearly four million baht from the woman's employer.

 

Using an app they stole 3,975,841 baht in 115 withdrawals between April 19th and June 11th. 

 

Finally the woman's employer noticed and went to the Chiang Mai police with their suspicions resulting in the issuing of a warrant.

 

The woman, a resident of Muang district was arrested at work, the boyfriend, from San Sai, surrendered to police. 

 

She had used her knowledge of banking operations in the past to change passwords for the couple's benefit and transfer money to their accounts.

 

They used the cash to pay off debts, buy goods and do some online gambling. 

 

Region 5 chief Lt-Gen Prachuab Wongsuk said that the couple have been charged with conspiracy to steal and theft from an employer. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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Not too bright if she didn't realize 115 transfers wouldn't be noticed. 

long long jail time for you two ....  5-10 yrs.

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12 minutes ago, webfact said:

do some online gambling

Easy come,easy go..

regards Worgeordie

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To the gulag they must go, off to the prison in Bangkok, where they will wish they lived in squalor as its worse then that...

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Wish I had that much money it took me 2 months to notice 4 million gone.

Surely running a business you would check online banking daily.

When I had my business I always checked bank for transactions. 

Dumb people.

😀🇹🇭

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

They used the cash to pay off debts, buy goods and do some online gambling. 

 

Region 5 chief Lt-Gen Prachuab Wongsuk said that the couple have been charged with conspiracy to steal and theft from an employer.

Does that mean online gambling has become legal now?

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Using an app they stole 3,975,841 baht in 115 withdrawals between April 19th and June 11th. 

Just about as dumb as you can get!

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

siphoned off nearly four million baht

Please note:- They used the cash to pay off debts, buy goods and do some online gambling. 

I "bet" most of this money went on gambling (please excuse the pun)!

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I must be the only one to suspect the guy forced and coerced and intimidated the young girl into doing these crimes. She just suspected the crime spree to be caught out after a few hundred thousand baht went missing.  She couldn't of done it without the assistance from the bank and its apps. Six months tops for her.

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Take a mini van and kill some people, call mum and walk away.

Provided, you have the right name. Bonnie & Clyde here commited a minor crime,

a week at the local temple and swiping the road should do.

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10 hours ago, Antonymous said:

115 withdrawals and nearly 4 million baht and finally after two months she noticed?

 

Note to all: check your bank balance regularly!

I do every 3 days or so..

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