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  1. This was a "prominent karaoke parlor". If it was not for the pesky LIFT, this karaoke parlor was still in business. BTW, is this parlor closed down or is it back to normal business by new?
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    Fleeing Thaksin hit with second arrest warrant

    EXACTLY!!!!! Thaksin (and Yingluck, the RedBull heir, and many other) were ALLOWED and got HELP from the people at the top to get out of the country. Everybody knows that if they would have been in the country when they were caught, hell would have freeze over in Thailand.
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    Why Thailand needs the death penalty

    Do you doubt about the work of the RTP? Do you have doubts when the RTP concludes that someone committed "Suicide" by shooting himself/herself a bullet in the head whilst wearing a plastic bad over his/her head and having his/her hands tied behind their back? The RTP does a fine job in Thailand.
  4. The customers who abused a 16 years old girl for their sexual pleasure? The owners of the Karaoke bar? They will not prosecuted?
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    I found the same day the same Vitamins on sale at a Boots shop in a package of "100 + 10 +10" Tablets. This clearly means to me that you are bullshitting. Next plonker please ......
  6. So many people who want to get rid of their "fat body" and be a little bit slimmer. So many people who spend lot's of money on slimming products and medical treatment in hospitals to slim down only a few Kilograms. So many people being scammed with all kind of slimming products and at the end of the day are still as fat as before or even fatter. And all this whilst ThaiVisa is populated with members as JustFine and Futsukayoi who have the Holy Grail and know how to treat Obeisitas WITH SUCCESS!!!!!!!! Open a hospital please, barstool Einsteins. You will be rich in no time. But I guess that you will end in jail for being a SCAMMER before that. Don't bother to respond to this truth. I don't like to read "barstool wisdom".
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    READ MY ANSWER AGAIN!!!!!! Their contract stated VERY CLEARLY that if they can not deliver their promises, they would take everything back at no cost.
  8. Swelling in the Legs, Ankles, or Feet. Swelling (edema) in your lower legs is another sign of a heart problem. When your heart doesn't work as well, blood flow slows and backs up in the veins in your legs. ... You may also have swelling in your stomach or notice some weight gain.Sep 26, 2016 Over to you, Mr. Einstein ......
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    Who is "whining"? The only one who is "Whining" here seems to be YOU. I only started a thread over the rights of consumers in Thailand. Completely different as "whining". Now, crawl back under your stone and have a good sleep. Yawn
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    Well, YOU ARE WRONG!!!! 1. I DON'T HAVE TO AGREE WITH THAT PRICE. https://www.consumersinternational.org/members/members/office-of-the-consumer-protection-board-of-thailand/ 2. Not in my country where consumers are protected by law (the EU). https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/consumers/shopping/index_en.htm
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/consumers/shopping/index_en.htm "Old wives tale"? I think not. In Europe (and most other countries) there is a Consument Protection law and citizens who have a complaint can even apply to a FREE ASSISTANCE to Lawyer and Courts (Ombudsman). BTW, in Thailand exists since a few years a Consumer Protection Court which handles very quickly consumer disputes. https://www.consumersinternational.org/members/members/office-of-the-consumer-protection-board-of-thailand/ http://www.thailawforum.com/database1/ConsumerProtecting-law.html
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/consumers/shopping/index_en.htm AFAIK, the UK is still an European member, or not?
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    A few months ago, I wanted to change my Internet provider. In my street, there were everywhere flyers hanging out with "Fiber Cable from AIS. 50Mb/30Mb speed for 599 baht. I went to the AIS shop and asked clearly if they could guarantee that speed, and their answer was "YES". I signer a contract, and a few days later I had AIS Fiber Cable. But at evening, I went to my computer, and the Internet was awfully slow. I did a speed test, and the maximum download speed was only 19.99 Mb. I called their Call Centre and asked what was wrong, and their response was "Turn the router OFF, wait 3 minutes and restart the router". Off course, that made no difference. I wanted to Cancel the whole thing, but in the contract was written that I would have to pay a lot of money if I cancel the contract BEFORE 1 year. After 2 weeks calling their Call Centre and trying to get the team which installed everything to check at my home what was wrong with their Fiber Cable, I went to my lawyer. My lawyer have me a free advice and wanted to see ALL the documents. It turned out that the contract specified very clearly and in ENGLISH that if they cannot honour their promises, I could cancel the contract at all times WITHOUT paying any extra money (see included picture). I took the next day the whole stuff in and brought it to the AIS shop. First they tried to charge me 4,000 baht standard fine and a lot of other things. I refused and told them that I wanted to see the manager. I showed the manager the contract and pointed at the bottom of the contract. Her chin fall on the floor on reading it and she took back everything without charging me a dime. CONSUMERS HAVE RIGHTS IN THAILAND!!!! It's only a difference where anyone would want to start a Court Case over a few Baht..
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    You are right. A few years, when Immigration changed offices, they started to charge everybody 500 Baht (without a receipt) for a "Proof of Residence" while it was marker on a big display that the "Proof of Residence" would be made for "Free". An Immigration officer showed me the correct rule on the Immigration Website: "Every officer is entitled to ask for extra documents or ask for extras which are not included in this summarization"
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    Is there a law in Thailand about such behaviour?

    Yeah, been there and seen it. In my country, when the sales period is arriving, they use to put new, higher prices on all items and then mark them as discounted. Happens everywhere. That's called "doing business".
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