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Hi all,

 

I'm asking here about something that's being discussed in the Travel forum, about Thai Airways. I'm one of the travelers who had booked a flight with THAI in March 2020, asked for the refund when it got cancelled, then went to register as a creditor in THAI's bankruptcy process. A few days ago we received an email saying we were facing an objection to our claim... and it's written in Thai language which I don't know at all. Now, at this point I don't have much hope of seeing my money again but I'd still like to know the reason(s) they're giving. The objection contains what looks like a list of possible reasons, with some checked and some not. Could anyone give me a brief explanation or translation of what they say? Here's my copy of the document in attachment.

thai_airways_objection_to_creditor_2021-03.pdf

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I had a similar issue with TG whereby they said "we are broke and don't have any money now to do a refund" so i have put in a refund dispute with my my Visa credit credit card issuer and go a full refund in 3 months...

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I knew they were facing bankruptcy but I haven't followed the story.  Surely if they can't pay what they owe, they are bankrupt?  I'd be interested to learn how your claim can be objected to. I take it its a class action?

 

Are Thai bankruptcy rules different to Western ones?

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1 hour ago, nahoj said:

Hi all,

 

I'm asking here about something that's being discussed in the Travel forum, about Thai Airways. I'm one of the travelers who had booked a flight with THAI in March 2020, asked for the refund when it got cancelled, then went to register as a creditor in THAI's bankruptcy process. A few days ago we received an email saying we were facing an objection to our claim... and it's written in Thai language which I don't know at all. Now, at this point I don't have much hope of seeing my money again but I'd still like to know the reason(s) they're giving. The objection contains what looks like a list of possible reasons, with some checked and some not. Could anyone give me a brief explanation or translation of what they say? Here's my copy of the document in attachment.

thai_airways_objection_to_creditor_2021-03.pdf 3.7 MB · 2 downloads

See attachedthai_airways_objection_to_creditor_2021-03.pdf

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44 minutes ago, nahoj said:

 

Hi upu2, it looks like you wanted to share something but you reuploaded my document?

Yours was in Thai I uploaded in English

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8 hours ago, upu2 said:

Yours was in Thai I uploaded in English

 

I'm sorry but I just see the same document I uploaded with one page in English and 2 pages in Thai and the spots where I redacted my personal info.

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You asked for a refund and at some point THAI sent you a voucher, right?

As far as I understand,  they are using the voucher as a reason to reject the claim through the bankruptcy court. 

The way forward,  is for you to contact THAI and state that you do not want a voucher. They when then acknowledge that, send you a document which you can then submit to the court. 

 

Probably just more time wasted....

 

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5 minutes ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

You asked for a refund and at some point THAI sent you a voucher, right?

 

I asked for a refund right away and they agreed to it at the time but said there would be some delay, then came the bankruptcy. I can't seriously fight them in court, I'm just curious to know what they're telling us in that "objection".

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6 hours ago, nahoj said:

 

I'm sorry but I just see the same document I uploaded with one page in English and 2 pages in Thai and the spots where I redacted my personal info.

You are right. The other pages are not OCR and hence can not directly translate. Sorry for that

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