Thailand Visas

How the scam works:

Scenario 1. You are traveling through Thailand and getting closer to the border. Along the way, the bus stops for breaks. At one of these breaks, the shops around offer visas to go into Cambodia. “Get your visas from here. It is cheaper than what they charge you at the border”, you hear.

You pay, thinking you got a good deal, and when you get to the border you realize all the other travelers pay half the price.

How to avoid:

Especially in Thailand, try to get absolutely everything from only official points/sellers.

Scenario 2. If you are entering Cambodia from Thailand, you should pay $20 for a visa. However, customs will ask you for the equivalent in Bahts (official currency of Thailand), claiming to be 1,000 Bahts (over $30).

How to avoid:

Insist on paying for your visa with dollars, instead of Bahts. Poipet is a visa-free zone, so you can change your Bahts into US dollars right there.

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3 thoughts on “Thailand Visas”

  1. I was a victim in this scam, anyone pl.share the further updates on this scam which will help me to catch scammers

  2. not a thai puppet or muppet

    Here is an interesting report on Thailand’s late scam, involving high ranking good people.
    https://www.facebook.com/thaireales/notes
    Stay tuned through FB and Twitter posts to learn about new developments in this scam case.
    Now we need to wait what Prayut says, perhaps:
    – I’ll massage ThaiReales owner’s ears like a pig, or
    – I’ll bombard him banana peels next time he travel to "MY" country,
    or perhaps his favourite, …
    – I’ll just execute him by his next arrival in "My" country.

  3. Solvers Solution

    Dear All
    This is to bring to your kind notice that, a consultancy from Thailand called Bright future placement claiming to process job to Canada from Thailand is fraud and scam. They are many candidates who have fall in there trap and loss their money.
    The director is Sankalp Bhavasar +66 – 9457-62494 & Siddharth Patel +66- 9464-55339 both are fraud and may be their identity is also false. They will ask just come to Thailand on your own expense and promise to take care of all expenses including Thai local work permit, Canada visa, Medical, accommodation , food . Once the candidates fall in there trap they will make the candidates come to Thailand and collect all their money and gallop.

    Don’t get trap by this scam: There is no possibility to get job in Canada thru Thailand or from any other country.

    Below are there details
    Bright Future Placement Services Pvt. Ltd.
    Thailand.
    Phone: +66 – 98 – 2409092

    E mail: info.brightfutureplacement@gmail.com
    info@brightfutureplacement.com

    Web: http://www.brightfutureplacement.com

    Please suggest and advice about this

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