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Lao woman arrested at Mukdahan border check-point carrying Bt30 million cash

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BT30.000.000 is US$20,000--------- what sort of rate of exchange is that?????

 

You read all?

 

"Police then charged her of trying to take out - more than US$20,000 from the country without permission."

 

"But the authorities did not believe Ms Matapon and informed her that under Thai law a person could take

- not more than

 

Bt500,000 out of Thailand each time."

 

 

 

No exchange rate mentioned. blink.png 

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Dear rich Laotian woman,

 

Oh never mind, it's not you who lost the cash.  Can you forward this to the rich wife of the family that had to move 30 million baht for them?  Thanks.  Tell her I am single, well can be single.  I'm kidding, I cannot be bought for a measly 30 million baht!!!   I'm kidding again, of course I can be.  Sin sot for my family is 29 million baht, but don't worry they will give it back to you after the appropriate time.  Can you buy me a few homes in America, and sorry I can't put her name on the title.  but tell her I love her very much and not to worry.  

 

oh, and my parents are very sick.  in hospital now, need money asap

 

and my son wants a laptop....   

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Give the poor girl a break, she has clearly been working in Thailand and is simply taking her life savings home to help grandma


we tried so hard to make everything cool

she wouldn't make that much in PUSSY-LAND.wub.png

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told a  mate and got stitched up, should have kept her gob shut.

 

Damn that selfie! How could she resist though - her 'friends' will love it!

 

Check her FB account, it will be there - complete with stupid puckered lips and retarded peace sign. laugh.png
 

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Illegal business in Thailand??????, worried about the clamp down???/ get my money out quick

No work permit, for sure!

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Think about all the cash that successfully has been transported out of the country so far, before the military finds it.

 

I doubt anybody is transporting Thai Baht out of the country.

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the smell of money to the law is like the smell of decomposing flesh to a hyena, simply irresistable...just watch as their noses quiver, their eyes light up and the saliva starts to run...feeding time!

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she must be a customer at one of the 2 banks being investigated for wishy-washy business.solly not today.

 

    Or she brought MR. T's money to his sister.

 

Why would she need to do that when brother & sister are together in England right now? Even so, why would Yinluck need Thai baht in Laos?  

 

 

In Laos 3 currencies are accepted as legal tender, you can open a bank account in USD, KIP or BAHT, or pay for you local coffee in any of these currencies, its accepted everywhere.. Very handy indeed
 

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See - we told all you Thais that the money would flood out of Thailand along with us foreigners when you cracked down on multiple visa-exempt entries.

 

Som nam na Thailandtongue.png

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30 million baht? about 750,000 USD

 

 

    About  938,000 bucks. Or USD.

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See - we told all you Thais that the money would flood out of Thailand along with us foreigners when you cracked down on multiple visa-exempt entries.

 

Som nam na Thailandtongue.png

 

 

            But "new" foreigners will always continue buying houses, cars and other useful items for their beloved bar girls. 

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Think about all the cash that successfully has been transported out of the country so far, before the military finds it.

 

I doubt anybody is transporting Thai Baht out of the country.

 

 

 

 Have you ever heard of money laundering? 

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