Your Questions About Investing In Pattaya

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John asks…

Cost of Living in Thailand

I am looking at taking some time out of my life and spending about 6 months living in Pattaya, Thailand. Can anyone give me insight into life in Thailand, The South Pacific, or Asia. Could you also let me know about the safety of the country the cost of living so on and so forth.

Justin answers:

Well unless your Thai or over fifty and have 800,000 baht or have a job in Thailand or have 2,000,000 baht to invest, you’ll only be able to stay in Thailand for 3 months maximum. After that you’ll have to move to Cambodia or Vietnam.

If you stay in a hostel for $10 (335 Baht) buck a night you could probably live on $2500 for three months but that’s not including drinking and girls. An average hotel for 90 days will be about $3000 (1000 baht a night) a girl will run about 1500 baht or so a night with bar fines and a drink or two ($50US). If you eat on the streets for is about $1 or so per meal and bottled water is 8baht (.25). Its pretty safe just don’t get too drunk without friends around and don’t be a knucklehead and you should be fine.

Richard asks…

How can i raise a complaint against a Thai Lawyer who i believe cheated me.?

Caught up in a Property Scam in Thailand by an English guy in Pattaya Thailand. Turns out he already got away with £2,000,000 there in 2005. I lost £60K. The Lawyer who i employed to raise the Arrest Warrant on him ,did not do it.He sent me a copy of some other guys arrest warrant in Thai.I had it translated by a reputable Law firm in Bangkok. I believe now that the Pattaya Lawyer was in on the Scam .He kept saying for one year that he never seen the guy in question but in his last e mail in January he had actually spoken to the guy much earlier in the year He would not refund my £1000 pounds i and others had paid him to raise the arrest warrants..

Justin answers:

Investing in Pattaya? Better thinking next time.

I’m guessing there is very little documented proof of what happened. And there is no result even if there is a place to file a complaint. That’s why in situations like these the problem is usually handled with hired muscle, not that I’m advocating it but that’s what usually happens. Careful you don’t end up on the receiving end because that is very common.

Robert asks…

stockmarket share increase .?

which hotel will u invest? in chiang mai or pattaya?

Justin answers:

Chiang Mai

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