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24 March 2014 :: 16:03:44 pm 83415

Petrol Station Attendants Warned about Fake 500 THB Notes

Well-dress customers who drive luxury cars have been using fake 500 THB banknotes to pay for petrol before driving away at speed. The owner of the targeted petrol station warned the attendants to check the banknotes carefully before filling the cars with petrol.
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SUPHAN BURI – March 23, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; the journalist reported that many gas station in area of Suphan Buri province especially on the side of route 340 Suphan Buri – Chai Nat road, the attendants of various gas stations attached a piece of paper with a fake 500 THB banknote and wrote “The customer who brought it to pay for the gasoline please take it back and kindly pity the gas station attendant.”

Upon questioning one gas station attendant the journalist perceived that if any attendant receives a fake banknote they have to be responsible and it will be deducted from their salary, and every gas station attendant have to be responsible because there are so many customers using fake banknotes to pay for petrol .

Mr. Nithit Siriphanit, who is the executive of one gas station in Suphan Buri province revealed that at present there are many gangs of criminals that commit offense in various types such as using expired electronic cards (the restaurant’s member cards, book store cards, parking cards, etc.) and the gang used fake banknotes of 500 or 1,000 THB who would then quickly drive away. Most of them dress elegantly and drove the luxury cars which Mr. Nithit notified the police to entrap the culprit’s car and use the CCTVs to record their license plate number, but they could not capture them. Also there are some criminals that used fake banknotes to pay for petrol and would wait for the change

Most of the gas station who have fallen victim to these gangs have attached notice boards to inform that the petrol station has CCTV.

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