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2 hours ago, wtfracing said:

My wife was contacted by her ex husband asking her to go guarantee on a loan for a truck for 2 million baht over 4 years. Now he works for a government service but has outside business for which vehicle is for. He says he can't get any one else to do it and house would have to be used as security. How would you react to a situation like this?

With horror if it was my house, obviously, but I suppose it depends on who owns the house!

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Just now, vinci said:

she's your wife now, you take control of the situation, no right minded wife would do such a thing, if she refuse i would question her loyalty 

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This is easy, difficult for a Thai to just outright refuse, so she asks you, expecting a firm no!

Then goes back to ex telling him she asked but you refused.

Face saved no guarantee.

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If True, this “request” comes from the school of Unbelievable Brass Neck or college teaching 

All Farangs Are Rich Idiots Just Waiting to Handover Money in Scams.

Only or Best Recommended Response is Loud Sustained Raucous Laughter in Face of Conspirator Wife. Not worthy of any Verbal Response…..

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1 hour ago, DrPhibes said:

How long has he been an "ex-husband"? 

It surely doesn't matter how long, the fact is he is 'ex'. 

 

Absolutely no, and if she agreed to it he should be mightily suspicious of her motives. 

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2 hours ago, wtfracing said:

He says he can't get any one else to do it and house would have to be used as security. How would you react to a situation like this?

If it was me I'd ask myself who's house is it and why haven't I explained this in the o/p  to get a better answer?

 

I'd then wonder why my wife is getting me involved with this in the first place and why I married her?

 

If both answers are not looking good, I'd pack my bags and gtfoot.

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47 minutes ago, 473geo said:

This is easy, difficult for a Thai to just outright refuse, so she asks you, expecting a firm no!

Then goes back to ex telling him she asked but you refused.

Face saved no guarantee.

 Difficult to say NO.

 

Well yes, but not if the response is 'sorry I/we have no money.'

 

On the other hand was she openly bragging to her family about having big money in the bank?

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8 minutes ago, scorecard said:

 Difficult to say NO.

 

Well yes, but not if the response is 'sorry I/we have no money.'

 

On the other hand was she openly bragging to her family about having big money in the bank?

Thread is not about loaning money is about being a guarantor

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9 hours ago, wtfracing said:

He says he can't get any one else to do it

The fact he can't get a family member or anyone else to co-sign on his loan is a huge red flag.  

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9 hours ago, WhiteBuffaloATM said:

If True, this “request” comes from the school of Unbelievable Brass Neck or college teaching 

All Farangs Are Rich Idiots Just Waiting to Handover Money in Scams.

Only or Best Recommended Response is Loud Sustained Raucous Laughter in Face of Conspirator Wife. Not worthy of any Verbal Response…..

Absolutely true and not a troll post but in her defense she came and asked me what I thought as soon as she received the message. I too think ex is trying to stay in the picture butting for him to learn ex means ex after 4 years. He only contacts when he wants to talk about their adult kids which is not very often but I'm waiting to see what unfolds over next week or so as to if I could have to change my plans and situation. Thanks for all the replies I was curious as to what  others thought.

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btw there should be NO such contact and NO such wife forwarding action.

in what other ways are they “contacting” each other……

these actions alone for me would be grounds for immediate Separation & Divorce.

let alone the clear scam conspiracy by wife…..and insult to intelligence…..

 

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16 hours ago, RafPinto said:

And why would he pay back his loan.

Someone else guaranteed the loan. 

Absolutely true and as another poster mentioned could this be a done deal already? I'd be down to the land office to check the land Chanote and all your bank accounts. 

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6 hours ago, WhiteBuffaloATM said:

btw there should be NO such contact and NO such wife forwarding action.

in what other ways are they “contacting” each other……

these actions alone for me would be grounds for immediate Separation & Divorce.

let alone the clear scam conspiracy by wife…..and insult to intelligence…..

 

Very narrow minded, selfish, inconsiderate post where there are children from a previous marriage involved. 

 

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