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๐Ÿ’ฌ What's happening in Ko Samui now?

slashdot  
8h
they do ask questions majority of the time if it is a substantial amount @austinmartin81
coffeejunk  
7h
I was under the impression that the restrictions on wiring money out of the country did not apply to non-citizens :thinking_face:
coffeejunk  
7h
at least I remember the bangkok bank info pamphlet saying thai citizens need to provide compelling reasoning (eg tuition) to wire money out
slashdot  
7h
they apply, evidence and documents may also be required @coffeejunk
coffeejunk  
7h
hm interesting
slashdot  
7h
https://www.bangkokbank.com/-/media/Files/Personal/Other-Services/Transfers/OutwardRemittance_App.ashx?la=en&hash=C7A6BDC1FAE974B685B06CE8A8F39682C6AB4873
slashdot  
7h
that's the form you have to fill out
slashdot  
7h
sometimes they might ask for the source of the funds and what not also
anttivaananen  
7h
Might make sense to open a citibank or HSBC account in TH and another country and just transfer between them. I really doubt they would ask any questions.
na.nu  
6h
depending on volumes there's also localbitcoins for btc-fiat flipping

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