Thailand dating scams
For example, running a background check or at least an identity check. Is she really single or perhaps married with children? Furthermore, did she really go to school, does she work, and have a good background?
In addition, we help you get an understanding about that special someone and ensure that you are not involved in any scams in Thailand!
Or is it because we always have that nice marketing slogan “Thailand – Land of Smiles” in our head and just tend to believe all the crap Thai people are telling us if they give us their charming smile? Below are ten of the most common scams in Thailand and a few of them are actually being conducted by foreigners that run out of money – there is a growing number of them who rather go this way than “giving up” and getting on a plane back to their home country.
The famous scam that a lot of newbies to Thailand run into as they think experiencing a ping pong show in Bangkok’s oldest red light district, Patpong, is a must do.
We all know that on every dating website, there will always be scammers.
If you are looking for Thai singles online, you must be aware of all the risks from frauds and romance scammers.
Using high-tech tools as well as ‘on the ground’ human intelligence and proprietary research techniques, our teams of investigators and analysts gather information from various public/private physical and digital sources.You then have no choice but to pay what they ask for as it can turn violent if you start make an argument.This one doesn’t seem to be discussed (or noticed) anywhere but it’s really annoying.I didn’t even start complaining with the manager – next time I will just order 3 jugs instead. Well it’s really fraud when you are given the wrong change in the restaurant, bar or even at the 7-Eleven by purpose.Like you pay with a 1,000 Baht note and they give you change as if you paid with a 500 Baht note. This almost exclusively happens in the most touristic areas like Phuket’s beaches, Khaosan Road and Sukhumvit in Bangkok and most areas in Pattaya. So it happens at famous tourist attractions like the Grand Palace or National Museum in Bangkok that you are approached by a local Thai before you even reach the attraction and he tells you it’s closed today (usually they give you a Buddhist national holiday as a reason which they assume foreigners don’t know about).
The scam consists of Thai guys approaching you at the night market in front of the go go bars offering free ping pongs shows and even better: drinks for just 100 Baht each.