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Oat1

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2 temples damaged by fire recently
« on: June 26, 2024, 01:38:58 am »
I saw on facebook 2 temples damaged by fire recently. One is at Suphan Buri and the other at Chiang Rai. Please see the facebook links below. You can donate to contribute to their restoration if you know how to use DBS zero remit or Prompt Pay or any other better methods.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/nganbun/posts/2648515555317466
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=pfbid02vcbFnCJ75bmCULvwjJ4P8Y3hh3WfyJisGCyNnXG6dVE8Aq2ckdTY1gGoggZjSSyfl&id=100088271711256

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Re: 2 temples damaged by fire recently
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2024, 01:40:28 am »
Anyone who knows how to transfer money to Thailand using DBS zero remit or Promt Pay, could you please guide me?

For DBS remit, when it comes to enter the field Beneficiary Name, the info given is in Thai fonts. How to solve this problem? We can use Google translate to translate into English, will this work? Google translator is very unreliable. So if we enter beneficiary name with some mistakes but the account number correctly and the bank selected correctly, will the transfer reach recipient?

And it will ask for bank branch address and recipient mobile number. These 2 info is not made available. If we leave blank or anyhow enter something, will the transfer go through?

For Payprompt, they show us a QR to scan. But when I open DBS digibank, Paynow, Payprompt, it has no scan function but instead it ask for UPI ID. How?