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Woman accuses bank of stealing 4 million baht

In the northeastern Thai province of Ubon Ratchathani, a woman has accused a bank of stealing 4 million baht from her account.
After money was taken from her account at the Kasikorn Bank, Central Rama 2 branch, Wanida Wantaprom yesterday lodged a complaint at Khemmarat Police Station.

The mother of one had made numerous complaints to her bank, but no resolution had been reached, so she turned to the police.
Thanatpong Phasomsub, also known as Eid Chonburi, a well-known Thai snooker player, followed Wanida to the police station.

Wanida revealed she created the account in 2017 with 271,000 baht but was able to grow it to 4 million baht.

Then, Wanida realized that significant sums of money started vanishing from her account, 100,000 and 200,000 baht at a period, until there was nothing left.

She claimed that despite her complaints to the bank’s call center, nothing had been done to track down the stolen funds.
Wanida thinks there is a cover-up and that someone inside the bank knows the truth.

The Central Rama 2 branch is the subject of an investigation, according to the investigating officer of Khemmarat Police Station.

Anyone found guilty of stealing the money or engaging in any fraudulent activity will face prosecution, the officer stated.

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