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Hardly unique to Thailand is it ?

If you lived in the Philipines you would say the same thing but instead of Thais you would say The Filipinos, or Cambodians..or Vietnamese...or Brazilians... or Columbians...or Mexicans etc etc.

You have much experience in Colombia, considering you can't even spell the name of the country?

Sure, this sort of thing happens all over the world. Some places more than others. The difference being, the folks from other countries have a bit more intelligence than to implicate themselves with a paper trail long enough to hang them with.

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Hardly unique to Thailand is it ?

If you lived in the Philipines you would say the same thing but instead of Thais you would say The Filipinos, or Cambodians..or Vietnamese...or Brazilians... or Columbians...or Mexicans etc etc.

You have much experience in Colombia, considering you can't even spell the name of the country?

Sure, this sort of thing happens all over the world. Some places more than others. The difference being, the folks from other countries have a bit more intelligence than to implicate themselves with a paper trail long enough to hang them with.

You admit this could happen anywhere, some places more than others, but can't resist suggesting that Thai people can't pull it off like other nationalities because they lack intelligence.

Yet If this had happened elsewhere, they would also be caught easily by the paper trail, regardless of nationality.

Yeah, she was obviously gonna get caught if the OP's story is factual, perhaps she wanted to get caught for some reason. Maybe it's similar to Thai women that cut their arms up, drink pesticide, jump off a balcony or hang themselves when a romance goes wrong.

If 27 Million Baht , I could understand a major crime, but 270,000, it just doesn't make sense.

I think If it was me, I'd drop the charges after getting my money back and walk away.

BTW. Congratulations on spotting todays deliberate mistake. tongue.gif

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Luckily the guy wasn`t murdered which is quite often the outcome in these cases and at the end of the day he didn't sustain too much loss.

Actually, this is the scariest part. It seems that she may have had a better opportunity to get away with this if he had in fact, been whacked.

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Luckily the guy wasn`t murdered which is quite often the outcome in these cases and at the end of the day he didn't sustain too much loss.

Actually, this is the scariest part. It seems that she may have had a better opportunity to get away with this if he had in fact, been whacked.

I still think she was doing this because she felt wronged somehow, we only hear one side of the story and of course that equals Farang the Victim, what drove her to this will never be known on this forum, I'm sure she would tell an entirely different story if she had the opportunity.

If she was a total psycho, she had his pin number, she had the card, she could have had him taken away, killed and fed to the pigs and just another Farang goes missing in Thailand.

Seems she had some business and a car, the money was maybe unimportant to her, 270,000 Baht isn't a lot of money, but maybe it was to the Farang in question, that's why she took it. ( Many Farangs in Thailand are not in a good financial situation )

Maybe he dumped her for some 18 year old BG who he was paying money to after this woman had been really good to him and believed the lies he told her ! ( Farangs do lie to Thai women, it's certainly not a one way street where honesty is concerned )

Maybe she really is the victim !

I think he should be arrested, the Thai woman released and awarded 270,000 Baht damages. smile.gif

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To answer a few questions, he is not poor not even close to. No he didn't drop her for a BG.

Anyway she has been released on bail.

Amazing, the cops really had put in hard work, good and lots of evidence yet the court releases her on bail. This without her accomplices being caught... What do you think she will do.....?? Of course, contact her accomplices one way or another.

Starting to understand why the cops are lazy sometimes to go after the "bad "guys" if u see that the court releases them.

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Luckily the guy wasn`t murdered which is quite often the outcome in these cases and at the end of the day he didn't sustain too much loss.

Actually, this is the scariest part. It seems that she may have had a better opportunity to get away with this if he had in fact, been whacked.

I still think she was doing this because she felt wronged somehow, we only hear one side of the story and of course that equals Farang the Victim, what drove her to this will never be known on this forum, I'm sure she would tell an entirely different story if she had the opportunity.

If she was a total psycho, she had his pin number, she had the card, she could have had him taken away, killed and fed to the pigs and just another Farang goes missing in Thailand.

Seems she had some business and a car, the money was maybe unimportant to her, 270,000 Baht isn't a lot of money, but maybe it was to the Farang in question, that's why she took it. ( Many Farangs in Thailand are not in a good financial situation )

Maybe he dumped her for some 18 year old BG who he was paying money to after this woman had been really good to him and believed the lies he told her ! ( Farangs do lie to Thai women, it's certainly not a one way street where honesty is concerned )

Maybe she really is the victim !

I think he should be arrested, the Thai woman released and awarded 270,000 Baht damages. smile.gif

Silly apologist troll :ermm: ...

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Indeed warpspeed, the geezer is still wearing his rose tinted glasses. Oh well if he manages to live here long enough he will find out who the natives can be like.

20 years I've been in Thailand, how about you ?

I've met more lying cheating Farangs in Thailand than any other country I have worked in or lived in, apart from the UK where I come from.

The only people ever to have borrowed money from me and never paid it back have been Farangs, so when you say I am an apologist or inexperienced, I suggest you're the inexperienced one if you think Farangs do no wrong here.

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