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aeon atm in sukhothai

Posted by jennie2102 on 7/10/2013 at 19:21

I've tried using the locator on their website and it just says 'locations unavailable'. Does this mean that there aren't any in sukhothai?

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Posted by boxee on 8/10/2013 at 03:49

hi jennie i have just looked up aeon , is this a Malaysian bank if so i would not think you will find this in sukhhothai ,in most small towns in thailand you will only find thai banks and thailand banks ATM machines








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Posted by amnicoll on 8/10/2013 at 05:20

This is I believe one of the few banks in Thailand that do not charge to make debit card withdrawals. I think you can safely assume that if it says there are no facilities there are none

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Posted by captainbkk on 8/10/2013 at 05:41

the main AEON is JPNese and has shops in about any Asian country-they have taken over the old Carrefour in MY.In TH they also run a kind of bank OUT of the Thai Bank -club-they mostly deal with buyers on credit for their shops, and their ATMs do NOT charge the 150-now mostly 180THB extra charge-though some say this is partly recouped in unfavourable xe-rates.
THUS just think logic-provided you can still do that in this age of anything is on the app/fone/www; their ATMs are in THEIR shops, now named MAXValue in TH, or now also many 7 lookalike conv.shops named Tanjay, and in MOST (that means not all) big supercentres of BigC and tescoLotus. And AFAIK Sukh has by now not such a shop/centre, but nearby Philoke has.
And now more brain-training: IF you happen to be in Sukh in some cheap place-ask the people there what supercentres there are in town-maybe even, if they are able to, to point at a map. Only chance to find such an ATM would be there.
Trusting that what is on www mirrors the actual situation is not something to be done without much caution for whatever in TH. I like that-maybe even all those youngbees are now able to start to think all for themselves., though seeing most Qs on this forum is not promising in that field.

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Posted by jennie2102 on 8/10/2013 at 09:37

There's no need to be rude/passive aggressive. I asked a simple question, having done my own research. Im here for one day only and had nearly run out of cash. Was simply trying to save myself a few quid in charges.
If you dont like forums, ir perhaps, you don't like certain questions, then I would suggest that you dont reply to them! I've pretty much had my fikk of people assuming im some feckless teen bumming my way around using on my smartphone for guidance! Get over yourself!

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