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The Anti-Cash Laundering Office of Thailand is taking claims from people who have been harmed by OneCoin and its co-founder, Sebastian Greenwood.

In this case, Sebastian Greenwood is the person who wrote this. First, I should say that I don’t know anything about Thai law or the claims process.   

A Thai lawyer can help you if you don’t know what to do in the legal process. People who ask for help with submitting a claim will probably get it marked as spam.   

OneCoin victims will now be able to apply for two types of help: A “request for the defense of rights” is the first thing to do. The Thai government has made a statement, and this is number two.   

The discovery shows that Greenwood’s new possessions are being sued by people who have been hurt by them. Thailand’s anti-money laundering law says that the only thing that can be done now is to file a request for a defense of rights.   

There aren’t any other legal ways for victims to get back their property or get back some of the money they’ve lost.   

There isn’t any other way for you to do this. By law, people who have been hurt should make a “declaration with proof of (monetary) injury” (i.e., losses because of investing in OneCoin).   

Requests for private information and money losses are made in the form of requests to protect rights. When you look at the shape, there is no “nation” field, so only Thai people can file claims. Non-Thai people who want to use their Alien Identification Card numbers for jobs in Thailand need to know the number on the card that is unique to them.   

The type specifically says not to claim “expectations or benefits.” Unfortunately, Ponzi traders often try to claim good things that have never existed.   

If the money that comes in and goes out is bad, then there are real losses.   

If they made more money than they invested in OneCoin, it doesn’t seem like they should be blamed (together with any commissions paid).   

It’s March twenty-third before you can make a declaration. I don’t think that submitting a kind will do very much, though.   

I’m sorry for being late. I only found out about the press release a few days ago, and I didn’t know about it until then.

The Anti-Cash Laundering Office of Thailand is taking claims from people who have been harmed by OneCoin and its co-founder, Sebastian Greenwood. In this case, Sebastian Greenwood is the person who wrote this. First, I should say that I don’t know anything about Thai law or the claims process.    A Thai lawyer can help…

The Anti-Cash Laundering Office of Thailand is taking claims from people who have been harmed by OneCoin and its co-founder, Sebastian Greenwood. In this case, Sebastian Greenwood is the person who wrote this. First, I should say that I don’t know anything about Thai law or the claims process.    A Thai lawyer can help…

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