Nonthaburi lady arrested over 75,000 baht airline ticket rip-off on Facebook

Royal Thau Police arrested a 27 year outdated woman in Nonthaburi province for her involvement in a fraudulent airline ticket scam. The arrest followed a warrant issued on April 19 for costs associated to id theft, conspiracy to defraud the common public, and spreading false pc knowledge.
The case started when a sufferer discovered a Facebook page named Annemarie Amsden, promoting job opportunities as an airline ticket agent. The victim expressed interest in the job and was instructed to invest 500 baht for reserving three flight tickets. After transferring the amount to an account belonging to Suphawadee Sangkhoy, the suspect deceived the victim into transferring more money several times by claiming inadequate funds and system issues. In complete, the sufferer transferred seventy five,358 baht earlier than realising it was a scam and submitting a complaint, KhaoSod reported.
Investigations revealed that Suphawadee had been hiding in Nonthaburi province, the place she was arrested at a residence in a village. She admitted to opening a checking account for somebody she barely knew, who paid her in exchange for the account. However, she claimed to be unaware that the account could be used for fraudulent activities. Fully refundable was then handed over to the investigating officers on the First Army Region Military Police Unit for further legal proceedings.
In one other case four days ago, police apprehended Nirisara, a 23 yr previous ‘money mule’ operating a rip-off that targeted a sixteen year previous student from Phichit, who misplaced her entire financial savings while making an attempt to buy an iPad for her studies. The Criminal Investigation Division officers, working intently with PCT Unit 5, arrested Nirisara in Bangkok’s Khlong Tan area after an intense investigation..

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