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Customer allegedly swindled by Kasikorn says that staff tried to pay him off to make the case go away

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The case of the pet shop employee who says he took 80,000 baht into the bank for his boss but the teller just entered half that in the account just got murkier.

Customer allegedly swindled by Kasikorn says that staff tried to pay him off to make the case go away | News by Samui TimesWachira Ariyaphongkorn, 41, and the owner of the shop Saisunee Oopetch said that after the story broke the teller and her line manager at the branch in Chainat came to see them with 40,000 baht in cash.

They allegedly called the sum “compensation” and wanted them to sign a paper to the effect that they would say no more to the press and would drop the charges.

They took the money but contacted the bank next day who said there was no official form for them to sign.

They then gave the money to the Wat Singh police. Saisunee said she didn’t want to get involved in that and didn’t want the case to be dropped.

The bank teller has been bailed on a charge of theft.

The case is due to come up in court next week when a date will be set for a trial.

Tnews did not contact Kasikorn for their comment on the matter.

Thai Visa / TNews

Customer allegedly swindled by Kasikorn says that staff tried to pay him off to make the case go away | News by Samui Times

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