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Woman 'clueless' about sister allegedly defrauding gold shop





The younger sister of a woman who allegedly defrauded a gold shop using a fake bank application has said that she knows nothing about her sister's alleged crime.


Recently, a woman named Pichapa Kornarong, aged 46, reportedly purchased 20 baht weight gold worth around Bt578,000 by using a fake bank application, which can show a payment slip.


The shop found out 30 minutes after she had left that no money was transferred to its account.


This case occurred in a gold shop named ‘Supatra Yaowarat’ in a Tesco Lotus branch, located in Rayong province.


On Thursday (September 24), a reporter visited the place specified as the suspect’s house in Chachoengsao province, and found a woman who called herself the suspect’s younger sister.


The woman said that she did not know about the fraud or her sister's involvement. She said her sister had returned to the house only once in recent times.

The younger sister added that her sister's last visit was the first one in almost one year.


The woman said that her sister had not mentioned about the fraud or related matters to her or other family members. The woman said that she waa informed about her sister’s case after a friend called her up and told her about it.


She added that the house belonged to her sister, but she, her mother and her children lived there.


Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30395109



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I'm sure it's all a bit misunderstanding, the bank being slow to transfer the funds, and the family needing time to set up the Go Fund Me page for when the house is sold out from under them.

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3 hours ago, steven100 said:

can you actually believe this story ?  that a gold shop owner is going to hand over 20 baht gold based on a bank letter and not checking their own account.  

They deserve to be swindled ....   lol

What fake bank letter, an application was used that generated fake paymentslips. Maybe something that looks like the kasikorn banking app. 


But sure they should have checked the account but there was no bank letter.

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