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when you go to an ATM look at it first then see if the card slot will come away in your hand then look for a cam above the keypad ok none turn round and tell the guy or sometimes kid up your ass to f*** o** then its safe to use.

but do not forgrt the keypads here in Thailand make a tone and its a diffrent tone for each key you press

so its skim the card and hear the tune

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I was referring to ATM fraud, not card fraud. The only form of card fraud remaining in the UK is 'buyer not present' transactions, ie. internet or telephone purchases.

on 1st of may last year somebody spend my money in a high street shop - I would think they were at the shop with my faked card

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Both were wearing small white masks that covered the nose and mouth, Capt Supachai said....????

Wot wos that all about?.......... :o s ..good reasoon to be banged up never mind anything else....

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Both were wearing small white masks that covered the nose and mouth, Capt Supachai said....????

Wot wos that all about?.......... :o s ..good reasoon to be banged up never mind anything else....

ATM's generally have a camera inside..

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The Phuket cops are gonna keep at least one of the family locked up until they've taught them how to do the scam. Expect more ATM shenanigans from the Phuket area once the cops start up their own business.

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Both were wearing small white masks that covered the nose and mouth, Capt Supachai said....????

Wot wos that all about?.......... :o s ..good reasoon to be banged up never mind anything else....

ATM's generally have a camera inside..

Every Kbank ATM I've been to recently takes your pic before the card is returned

If you are standing to one side ... then the card stays in the machine. Good Idea.

As for being Brit's ... perhaps time for new definitions.

Naka.

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"We took them to the police station, but we forgot to take their mobile phone, which they used to call Jennifer Anne Chapman, 31, from England, to tell her that they had been arrested," Capt Supachai explained.

I love this - amazing how forgetful you can be, especially when a load of money is waved in front of your nose...

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Nice that they have been paraded in front of the cameras in this way. Pitty they didn;t receive a few slaps for slouching and looking arrogant.

Back home it would be a simple "I know my rights and am saying nothing. Get mr Smyth-FFFFortesque-Moneybags on the phone and tell him to get round here with our legal aid forms smartish. Don't bother with any meals or getting our cell ready as we will be out in a jiffy" Bet any English Boys in Blue will be wetting theirselves when they see these clowns.

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Well done Mark. What a great example you have shown to your young fella of only 19. To show him how to commit crime is, clearly for you, such a wonderful thing for a father to show his child. How can you possibly show, encourage and actively commit these crimes with your son?? Why could you not have just come over and had a good time and shown him the good things in life??

You are a right tosser and hope you rot in some slum jail for a long time. I feel sorry for your son...you are 100% responsible for him and what he did. You don't deserve kids....and we don't deserve your kids either.

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I have to give credit to the watchful citizens and the police for responding. In my origin western city, locals would pretend not to see anything (and then complain about how no one does anything about crime) and the police wouldn't get out of their patrol cars as that would mean coming in contact with people.

It's a rarity for these crimes to be caught. I'd anticipate the banks demanding the full charges be brought. The various atm networks take a bath on these frauds and of course it's the bank customers that pay for these losses either through non compensation for theft or high service charges. These buggers were stealing from all of us.

Who wants to wager that Dad probably has a nice record back home? . Maybe they can get some quality bonding time in a Thai prison. A couple weeks should teach them the facts of life. At the very least, it would wipe the condescending smirk off papi's face.

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I have to give credit to the watchful citizens and the police for responding. In my origin western city, locals would pretend not to see anything (and then complain about how no one does anything about crime) and the police wouldn't get out of their patrol cars as that would mean coming in contact with people.

It's a rarity for these crimes to be caught. I'd anticipate the banks demanding the full charges be brought. The various atm networks take a bath on these frauds and of course it's the bank customers that pay for these losses either through non compensation for theft or high service charges. These buggers were stealing from all of us.

Who wants to wager that Dad probably has a nice record back home? . Maybe they can get some quality bonding time in a Thai prison. A couple weeks should teach them the facts of life. At the very least, it would wipe the condescending smirk off papi's face.

Would be nice to find out where these oiks are from and send links to the local news papers and web forums.

I too believe they will have a lifetime of crime under their belt and that their neighbours are fed up with them and scared stiff of them. Would be lovely for their victims back home to see them paraded around like this. Hope we get to see em in prison sometime!

Any news?

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I have to give credit to the watchful citizens and the police for responding. In my origin western city, locals would pretend not to see anything (and then complain about how no one does anything about crime) and the police wouldn't get out of their patrol cars as that would mean coming in contact with people.

It's a rarity for these crimes to be caught. I'd anticipate the banks demanding the full charges be brought. The various atm networks take a bath on these frauds and of course it's the bank customers that pay for these losses either through non compensation for theft or high service charges. These buggers were stealing from all of us.

Who wants to wager that Dad probably has a nice record back home? . Maybe they can get some quality bonding time in a Thai prison. A couple weeks should teach them the facts of life. At the very least, it would wipe the condescending smirk off papi's face.

Would be nice to find out where these oiks are from and send links to the local news papers and web forums.

I too believe they will have a lifetime of crime under their belt and that their neighbours are fed up with them and scared stiff of them. Would be lovely for their victims back home to see them paraded around like this. Hope we get to see em in prison sometime!

Any news?

I have just been told about this, by my friend who's sister happens to be the wife of the gentleman. I have known Ms Chapman for almost 15 years and she is not stupid enough to partake in such dealings. If her husband has done this I think she would have not known about it. She pleads that she was innocent of this and, knowing how quick the police are to prosecute foreign nationals, think she has been arrested unfairly. I don't know about the father and son as I don't personally know them, but I know that Ms Chapman would not have got involved in this. If she did know about it I know that Jenny Chapman would have kept out of it!! I know this probably sounds hard to believe but I have known her and her family for years and I believe that she wasn't directly involved!! You cannot always blame people by association, and I think that the Thai police have done in this case.

Also I know that Ms Chapman has no previous convictions with the british police, but again I don't know about her husband but from what I have been told he has never done anything like this and this has shocked Ms Chapman's family.

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Yeah so her dumping the evidence was just coincidence at discovering her husbands shocking arrest ?? While sat in a room surrounded by 100k bundles of notes and card blanks ??

Get real..

I am 'getting real'.... If you read the report properly it actually doesn't say that. I suggest SIR that you firstly read the report thoroughly and then also remember the old english saying 'innocent until proven guilty'. She protests her innocence and knowing her as well as I do I believe her!!

Sorry but I know this girl way to well to know she hasn't done anything, if her husband has then justice will be done, but sorry she wouldn't do such a thing. Don't believe all you read!!

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