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18 September 2011 :: 09:09:15 am 58387

Deposited 2 Million THB In ’84 Lost Bank Book Can’t Withdraw

A millionaire, an ex-owner of a housing estate, deposited two million THB in a bank 27 years ago. Recently he found that he had lost the bankbook. At the bank they said there was no information in the system. The legal department of the bank told him impolitely that he could sue the bank if he wanted.
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Crime Suppression Division (CSD) at 09:30 hrs September 16, 2011 Mr Chotchai Sirikarnnukul age 70, went to see Pol. Lt. Col. Pongsawai Chamlumjeak, regarding the case of depositing two million THB with a bank in 1984 and the withdrawal of the money in 2011. The bank had refused due to the lost bankbook

The reason given was that the information was lost in the system. Mr Chotchai said about 30 years ago, he had made a company registration for Taweesapsappakij Ltd. housing estate company. Thereafter he opened more than ten bank accounts with Bangkok Bank, Kasikorn Thai Bank, Krungthai Bank and Ormsin Bank. The first deposit was in March 3, 1984 for 500,000 THB and on April 28, 1984 for 500,000 THB total of 1,000,000 THB. For the another accounts he had deposited 1,000,000 THB on March 3, 1984.

The millionaire, Mr Chotchai notified the Crime Suppression Division and calculated the interest for the sum deposited 27 years ago amounting to almost 12 million THB. Mr Chotchai said that when he moved his office there were many documents and the bank book was lost.

Later, Mr Chaiyarit Anuchitvoravong Assistant Manager, Bangkok Bank said that in this case Bangkok Bank will investigate and find all the information within next week. And if any damage has occurred the bank will take full responsibility.

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