Kasikorn Bank

BANGKOK, 15 April 2013  - Commercial banks have started to be more cautious with home mortgage by tightening loan standards and refusing to lend for the purchase of a third house and empty land.

0% loans during Kasikorn’s Money Festival

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 17:23
Kasikorn Bank is offering no-interest home, car and personal loans throughout the summer as part of its Money Festival. Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay and bank deputy director of service and sales Thonakrit Bunyathawornchai opened the promotion at Kasikorn’s Sukhumvit Road branch March 9.
BANGKOK, Dec 21 – The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has reserved Bt600 billion (US$20 billion) in banknotes of various denominations for this month’s holiday season, it was disclosed.
BANGKOK, 11 July 2012  – Kasikorn Bank is providing credit services to help support small-sized enterprises with financial access.
Tour operators and hotel managers learned how technology can boost revenues at a seminar organized by the Tourism Technology Association.
Two foreigners were arrested after a French embassy official determined that the passports they used to open a Pattaya bank account were fake.

Brit loses 150,000 baht in ATM scam

Wednesday, 07 March 2012 16:19
A British man lost 150,000 baht from his bank account after his ATM card was cloned.

New postal service for Trat province

Monday, 24 October 2011 10:06
TRAT, 23 October 2011  – According to the Trat Province Postal Office, The Thailand Post had organized a new local financial service for the public.
BANGKOK 5 October, 2011  – Kasikorn Bank, Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Association of Domestic Travel have joined hands to launch a campaign aimed at strengthening small tourism businesses.
Two more French nationals have been arrested for allegedly trying to copy tourists’ ATM cards. Samir Chohra and Joel Mouffok, both 27, were taken into custody Sept. 19 at the corner of Second Road and Soi 5 after being detained by volunteers.

2 Lithuanians arrested in fake credit card scam

Wednesday, 07 September 2011 14:30
Transnational crime police arrested two Lithuanians who were allegedly using forged credit cards in a shopping spree across the region.
At 2 p.m on the 27th of August police presented a Lithuanian credit card fraudster to the press.
Police last Thursday arrested a Romanian man for allegedly stealing from three careless currency exchange clerks. Paul Adrain Trica, 35, was captured holding 4,625 euros, $3,187, 14 ringgit and 12,890 baht – a total of about 307,000 baht.