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"Tessakit on duty 24/7 to stop tourists being fleeced" They are about 20+ years too late methinks.....

Some action is taken when Thai's get fleeced, but farang have been fair game for years, with no action taken.    

Is it so hard to make some kind parking sign in this coundry!?   

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Ronnakit was blaming a group of homeless people for damaging the image of Pattaya. 

They didn't look I'd imagine someone 'homeless' looks like. They appeared quite smart in the video.

But don't forget the old joke: 'damaging the image of Pattaya.'

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15 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

They didn't look I'd imagine someone 'homeless' looks like. They appeared quite smart in the video.

But don't forget the old joke: 'damaging the image of Pattaya.'

WHat vdo?

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54 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

Yeah! Must be much better that they do nothing and let it continue another 20+ years, right?

How much business has their inaction of the last 20 years cost them? 

 

Let's not forget, in the last 20 years Facebook etc has been invented, and one negative experience can be shared between hundreds, if not thousands, in 2 minutes.

 

As the case with many things here, they would rather make a quick illegal baht, than run a proper legitimate and sustainable operation.    

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8 minutes ago, Neeranam said:
23 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

They didn't look I'd imagine someone 'homeless' looks like. They appeared quite smart in the video.

But don't forget the old joke: 'damaging the image of Pattaya.'

WHat vdo?

The one which was linked to in the report yesterday:

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1182426-pattaya-rogues-still-ripping-off-tourists-for-parking-near-walking-street-reports-thai-media/

 

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16 minutes ago, Maejo Man said:

That a hoot, the Tessakit are one of the worst offenders for rip off. Especially the 2000 baht hit for dropping a cigarette end!

As long as you did drop one.

Years ago in Bangkok I had a Tessakit guy try it on with me for dropping a cigarette end.

I laughed in his face and walked away. I was pretty cocky.

Why? I've never smoked in my life.

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47 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

They didn't look I'd imagine someone 'homeless' looks like. They appeared quite smart in the video.

But don't forget the old joke: 'damaging the image of Pattaya.'

You have to give this guy credit

Anyone who can mention " damaging the image of Pattaya " with a straight face, must surely be an honest man  :cheesy::cheesy:😱

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46 minutes ago, Leaver said:

How much business has their inaction of the last 20 years cost them? 

 

Let's not forget, in the last 20 years Facebook etc has been invented, and one negative experience can be shared between hundreds, if not thousands, in 2 minutes.

 

As the case with many things here, they would rather make a quick illegal baht, than run a proper legitimate and sustainable operation.    

So, you are saying that it´s better to do same the next 20 years as well.

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1 hour ago, Matzzon said:

Where did I defend them? The only thing I asked was if it was better to do something late or leave it like it is? You avoided to answer that one.

They are not going to do anything. This article is pure bs and an attempt to make one official look like he's earning his salary. As soon as (or if) the tourist dollars start to flow, it will be business as usual. Thai authorities never focus on the big picture, although they sometimes like to give that impression.

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2 hours ago, JensenZ said:

They are not going to do anything. This article is pure bs and an attempt to make one official look like he's earning his salary. As soon as (or if) the tourist dollars start to flow, it will be business as usual. Thai authorities never focus on the big picture, although they sometimes like to give that impression.

Even if it goes very slow, things change. If you can not see that, then you are blind.

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