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BELANJA 70 RIBU RUPIAH DI THAILAND


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BERTAHAN HIDUP DENGAN 70 RIBU RUPIAH DI THAILAND
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BELANJA 70 RIBU RUPIAH DI THAILAND

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Transferring money to Thailand from your home country, be it the US, Canada, Australia, or the UK, has been a hassle for just about every expat at one time or another.\r
In this video, we discuss the ins and outs of sending or transferring money to Thailand.\r
If you are living in Thailand or want to retire in Thailand, it’s something that must be done from time to time.\r
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In 2018, $1,859,000,000 was sent from the US to Thailand. \r
The total worldwide figure is over 5 Billion USD. \r
Other top countries sending money to Thailand were Germany, Australia, UK, and Sweden. \r
That’s a lot of money pouring into the Thai economy.\r
You can bet your bottom dollar a huge amount of that can be attributed to expats funding their Thai lifestyle, and of course sending money to their Thai partners.\r
We all know banks are generally a ripoff when it comes to sending money, but hiding your money under a mattress isn’t exactly a safe bet these days either.\r
Sending money overseas can be very frustrating, because the banks have us over a barrel, and are free to slap on big fees and unfair exchange rates when we want to transfer money.\r
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Let’s look at how the banks rack up their fees and rip us off!\r
The 4 Pain Points of Transferring Money to Thailand!\r
1. Transfer Fee.\r
The SWIFT transfer fee can be anywhere from £10 to 25 or 15 to $30.\r
If you make regular transfers, say two a month, that’s going to cost you near on £250 or $320 a year!\r
2. Receiving Fee.\r
After the transfer fee, you get hit by the receiving bank for another amount of about the same. \r
Most banks such as Bangkok Bank charge a maximum of 500 Baht.\r
So, you’ve already paid twice to transfer your own money, and that’s without the currency conversion charge!\r
3. Currency Conversion Charge.\r
Out of the three fees, this is the one that really infuriates.\r
Most people presume you get the midmarket transfer rate. \r
This is the one you see on XE .com. \r
But when you do the math, you realize that you’ve been ripped off!\r
In the world’s currency markets, traders define the rates at which they are willing to “buy” or “sell” a specific currency. \r
The midmarket rate is simply the midpoint between demand and supply for a currency, and because of that, it changes all the time.\r
Unfortunately, it’s not the rate they pass onto you.\r
Most banks take the midmarket rate and apply a margin on top, without being transparent. \r
You actually have no idea how much they’re over charging you.\r
By hiding their charge in the exchange rate offered to you, banks make huge profits at your expense, and you’re none the wiser.\r
You can offset the loss slightly by choosing to send money in your home currency, but many people sending money to Thailand make the mistake of choosing to convert to Thai Baht at their source bank instead of at the Thai end.\r
This means you lose even more money, because your bank steals a nice amount of cash on their own exchange rate, a rate they set themselves, not the “midmarket rate”.\r
4. Transfer Times.\r
So, you’ve had your pockets picked by the banks.\r
You have paid two transfer fees, and a currency conversion charge.\r
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That’s unacceptable with today’s technology.\r
Sometimes it takes as long as 57 days!\r
You can be assured that money is in an overseas account earning interest for the bank.\r
Sending money to Thailand is expensive, but what other option do you have except the bank?\r
You could carry money through customs, but then how often do you fly home to be able to do that?\r
Western Union is too expensive, but good if you need cash wired immediately. \r
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Thai Baht – Currency Review


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This is the first video in a new idea which I’ve had as someone who collects foreign currency. I’ve decided to kick start a new video series looking different currencies from around the world. This first video we’ll be looking at the Thai Baht, a lovely South Eastern Asian currency which is among my favorites.
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Thai Baht - Currency Review

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