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  1. Haha I just came across a 7 page thread on sammyboyforum, advertising this same room, https://www.sammyboyforum.com/showthread.php?t=647616. More like troll of the decade lol
  2. Poor form indeed. OP is a culpable party to this, as people voiced some warnings, and were told to go air it in another thread. No, because the buyers (of his second condo), were reading this thread, it absolutely deserved to be in this thread. OP seemed to be acutely aware of the risk (selling below developer sale price, after all), but unwilling to discuss it openly. The due diligence responsibility argument is a fair one, but it cuts both ways. Did the OP do due diligence on the buyer, to be sure they won't hold a grudge when stiffed to the tune of 2m baht...
  3. lol no particular reason, just an educated guess :D. You have 13 days to make a decision!
  4. Only ever recall seeing Thai DJ's in the clubs (aside from one off appearances), so were you to get one of these jobs, I don't think it would pay well. Unlike bar managers, I don't think there's a lot of increased value a foreign DJ can bring. I've seen foreign DJ's in smaller bars in Cambodia, which surprised me, I'm betting the pay is very low (I would be surprised if it was $10/day or more).
  5. I think it's worth pointing out, if you offered this for free I don't think you would have takers. The icing on the cake is that I believe the shower is in the middle of the room, glass, affording no privacy lol. Serious question though, if money is tight (nothing wrong with that), why go for such an expensive room? There are perfectly good rooms in the 1000bt price range, where hotels are relatively new.
  6. That new one on soi 6 that opened up last year, did so well, the owner was able to sell up and retire early
  7. Centara Azure - Special Offer

    I value my privacy in the bathroom, I would only choose a room with a bathroom like this as a last resort. I'd also be worried how comfortable the girls would be with it. I know some guys like it, but surely it turns more customers away? Seems like an odd design decision.
  8. Given the conflict between the currency shown in my bank statement, and on the docket, it's unclear which was used - definitely doesn't show on bank statement like a normal ATM withdrawal. Without a follow up confirmation, can't be sure if it was only coincidence the received rate was BKK banks fx rate, hopefully someone can confirm the next time they try.
  9. That showed the amount in THB (I had to check my bank statement to work out the exchange rate I actually received). While my bank statements normally show the THB amount for merchant purchases, I think once I paid a hotel using my credit card, and similarly it didn't show the THB amount (in that case I assume I still got the mastercard rate though). There is a small chance there was an fx rate fluctuation that day, an in fact I received the mastercard rate - it just seemed too much of a coincidence that the rate I received was within 0.01 of the rate shown on the bank screen at the time the transaction was made.
  10. Yes they appear to debit in your home currency, as I noticed on my statement, the amount withdrawn was shown as AUD, where the ATM will show the THB amount as well on the statement. It's not DCC (which gives you an atrocious rate), I checked the rate and it was pretty much exactly what the fx rate displayed at the bank was at the time. Maybe you need to ask the bank to withdraw as THB? They go over to the currency exchange booth to get the THB though, so I'm not sure if it's possible to bypass their fx exchange rate.
  11. There is no charge (and you don't need an account), but there's a catch if you have a home currency with a poor exchange rate - Bangkok Bank for example charges around 1.2% to convert AUD to THB, and as far as I can tell, this is the rate they use when you do an over the counter withdrawal (not the mastercard rate the ATM would give you, which is closer to 0.7%). If you have a USD account, this is not an issue since USD to THB charge is around 0.5%.