Count your money at the ATM before leaving

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Count your money at the ATM before leaving

Post by felixcat » August 30, 2017, 12:38 pm

Banks always think they count money right, so if you stand there counting what they give you, they show an attitude.
But they will always count what you give to them, in front of you. A gold shop friend picked up 2 mil tb from the bank, recounted at their shop and found it 30,000 short.
My wife withdrew 1,300tb at the ATM and got 1,220, but reciept showed 1,300. Went into the bank, they passed us around to 3 different people, then to a lady who shuffled papers for a few minutes. Told my wife to tell her to check their camera, there should be no 20 tb green bill showing, only 1,000 and 3 orange bills. Now she comes back and says, so sorry.
Spread your bills for the camera to see before walking away.

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Re: Count your money at the ATM before leaving

Post by felixcat » September 10, 2017, 2:48 pm

Moderator Note: My virus protection software has identified the link below as malware in the nature of a phishing link. Thus it appears here as text and not a link. I got the warning when I tried to click on it and did not proceed further. Forewarned is forearmed.

An update from another web-site: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1001104-atm-robbed-me-but-gave-me-iou/?utm_source=newsletter-20170910-0935&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=news

Again, watch your money, or just get it out. You will then be able to invest it and "anything" will be better than 0-Interest.

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Re: Count your money at the ATM before leaving

Post by felixcat » September 12, 2017, 5:47 pm

UDMap, this does not surprise me. I clicked on a link a friend sent in an email, and it was blocked by Thai Government. It was about the LBGTQ and other nut cases, infultraiting many governments. We are obviously being banned from circulating info, that goes against many Governments plans to destroy the family and all other institutions that are "God Given Rights". I digress.
Lets "up" this warning on "bank shame".
As many remember 2008 was filled with Bank "Bail-outs". Right? Well, nothing was "fixed" during these robberies of Tax payer money. The banks have loaded themselves up again with "toxic" derivatives and failed loans. Yes, they did it knowing they would get the "blessings" they got before, except this time it will not be "bail-outs", it will be "bail-ins".
What are "bail-ins"? You do not own the money you put in a bank, it belongs to the bank. A bail-in will allow the banks to take everything from your bank account.
If its not in your hand, ie: real estate, property, gold, other metals, bitcoin (I do not support Bitcoin), then you do not own it.
I will not give links to all the info I know, as UDMap has said, it could be loaded with malware. I encourage you to get off your MSN, Smart phones and do your own research. Everything you need to know is out there. And, its not hard to find, if you get off your google browser.
I say this with no shame, no fear, as i know "the big one" is upon us. Protect yourself and pass it on, "if" you believe this.

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Re: Count your money at the ATM before leaving

Post by felixcat » September 13, 2017, 6:43 pm

OK, lets bump this up another notch. As I have said, all information is all around you, if not "in your face".
If you remember back about 10 years, Thai people could not get loans. Well, then came out "easy loans", if you could put down a Title for land , you could get the loan. The only problem is that most have no business experience, and most could not make their payments, and lost their land. Good manipulation by the banks, right?
Well, this same manipulation goes on in most countries. The corrupt banks create a "Boom", which is always followed by a "Bust". You lose, they gain.....and the governments always take credit for creating "a better economy".
OK, so where am I going? Take a drive around Udon, and look at the Auto Dealers...No Payments for 3 months, no job, no income, NO PROBLEM. Same as in the US years ago. (and probably in what-ever country you are from).
Its the same game plan that has been used in every "Boom & Bust".
The Auto Sellers and New Home sellers are supported by the banks.
So, if you can do the math, Thailand is due for a "BUST".
I digress, look around you and make your own decision.

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