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

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Administration has never their strong point in that office. I left the original of an article there to be published some years back and when I called in later to find out why it had not been published, they told me they had lost it !

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I wonder what sort of business the employer was in that didn't notice 4 million missing?

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23 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 get an SMS every Monday morning 7 am from Bangkok bank showing my balance. Also transfers/payments 

SMS from yellow bank withdrawals/transfers over 5,000 and showing balance, what still amazes me, I get the SMS before the money comes out through the rollers. Did they manage to change the phone num of the victim on bank records also

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1 hour ago, Henryford said:

I wonder what sort of business the employer was in that didn't notice 4 million missing?

Link to the answer is already posted above.

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On 6/26/2020 at 5:59 PM, Burma Bill said:

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)!

If they had used the money to "buy school uniforms and supplies for nieces and nephews", perhaps donating a percentage to the Thai Police Mia Noi Retirement Fund, they may have gotten away with a 500-baht fine, a deep wai, and a warning... 🙂

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On 6/26/2020 at 9:28 AM, Grumpy one said:

After release from prison this young woman who already has experience in banks will be able to work overseas in the banking world.

Assuming this Thai prisoner training is accepted in other countries :whistling:

 

After undergoing retraining will be accepted in Australia. Training = Rip off the customers, not us. OK

 

Cheers

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