We will help you to confirm a company is legally registered in Thailand, so you can proceed with confidence.Ask Our Professionals
Choose one of our Thailand Company Verification Services to obtain an investigation report sufficient to meet your needs. Reports ranging from only verifications of basic company registration information to in-depth legal and financial records reviews and direct site inspections are available.
Our reports will be in English and will be sent to in PDF format. We will also translate Thai documents to English pursuant to your order.
Avoid being scammed by phantom suppliers
Expose phony investors, lawyers and money lenders running advance payment scams
Quickly vet the financial histories and legal standings of new business associates
Check company ownership
Confirm the names and scopes of authority of named directors
Save your time and money for legitimate business deals
A client who wanted to acquire all the shares of an operating company retained us prepare the required documentation and conduct necessary due diligence. Our review of company records maintained by governmental authorities and interrogations of the seller uncovered undisclosed liabilities that led to a significant reduction in the price of the shares and the successful closing of the transaction.
We were asked to conduct a preliminary investigation of a proposed new business partner for a very large commercial transaction. The target of the investigation was a Thai private limited company. We obtained its financial statements, company governance documents and shareholder history to assist the client in evaluating the risks of the venture.
A group of entrepreneurs had been in contact with a scammer who purported to be a director of a substantial subsidiary of the Thai public company and wanted to make a large investment in their venture. Here, the scammer copied the company’s real website and published it on the internet at a newly purchased domain name, which was only slightly altered from the authentic domain name. This allowed use of an email address that appeared to belong to the company. The purpose of this scam is to get the victim to send fees in advance to purported lawyers to get phony “foreign company registration certificates” to receive the investment funds. Juslaws visited the executive offices of the real company to confirm that it had nothing to do with the spurious venture capital investment.
A client came to us having made payments totaling more than US$13,000 to a bogus company with a phony website to purchase products from Thailand. The client became suspicious after receiving a continuing chain of requests to wire additional funds to deal with various shipping issues concerning the goods supposedly in transit. A check of the records of registered companies would have quickly exposed this scam.
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