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Bank ripped me off for 100,000 baht claims woman

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A Thai woman has gone to Bangkok police claiming that an assistant manager of a bank forged her signature on life insurance documents.

Bank ripped me off for 100,000 baht claims woman | News by Samui TimesKanda Saitham, 36, an online businesswoman, claims that the employee siphoned off the cash in two yearly instalments stealing 127,900 baht, reported Daily News.

She only realized this week that the money had been taken from her account when her credit card expired and she became aware of a third instalment of 63,950 baht was due.

She said she went to the bank and confronted the employee who she had known for ten years and who admitted everything and returned the money to her from her own pocket.

But Kanda wanted police to proceed with a prosecution. Chana Songkram, Bangkok, police summonsed the employee of the Banglamphu branch last week who then denied everything.

They are now investigating the case further. The employee could face 3 years jail for forgery.

Police warned the public to always check their accounts for transactions.

The bank was not named.

Thai Visa / Daily News

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