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Banteay Meanchey: Eight Thai Money Laundering Ask Provincial Police to Intervene in Solution to Money Store Owners The two non-refundable baht 184,123 baht were met on June 9, 2020 at Banteay Meanchey Provincial Police. Brigadier General Ath Kemm, the commissioner of the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Police, said:

Eight Money Makers Ask for Intervention Solution to Mate Savannary and Husband, 108 Brand Owner Where the Money Exchange and Money Exchange Overseas Point Koen Village, Ou Ambel Commune, Serei Sophorn City owed money There are 267 Thai clients or brokers with the equivalent of 2,184,123 baht.
According to a representative of the bank, eight owners said:


The reason they came to Banteay Meanchey provincial police chief Ath Khem was intervened in the name of Ly Thorn, the husband of his friend, Mousaviri The owner of the cashier's office in Rong Clao market, Thailand, received the money from a Thai-born clerk in Thailand. He refused to pay the money so he could open it to the family of 267 moneylenders in total 2,184,123 baht.
General Athmam stated:

To the eight moneylenders who seek to intervene in the debt of the hard-working Thai workers. Work nights and weekends, send money to parents and families, and cashiers don't pay . This summonses a debtor named Lythen, her husband, her friend, Sarivari, to settle it as soon as possible. Blood workers in Thailand By: Bunthoeun