Pattaya Daily News

03 November 2014 :: 09:11:31 am 93526

Pattaya Reporters Inspect Chinese Company

A Chinese Pyramid scheme company that has been operating in Pattaya has been shut down by officials. The company gave money to members who put the company stickers on their car.
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PATTAYA – Recently [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol.Gen.Somyot Poompanmuang-commander of police- and police officers made a statement about the arrest of 3 Chinese who had been hunted by China officials and they had opened Yum Shu Mao company in Thailand to operate a Pyramid scheme business. They had done this in China and Malaysia and they had 200,000 members in their business. It’s expected that 10,000 million baht was damage cost.

 

On 31 October the Pattaya reporters went to inspect minibus station after they were notified that another company had been owned by Chinese people. The company made stickers that contained the text “Be rich in the future” and the company sent representatives out to find new members. The members had to pay 4,000-5,000 baht for the sticker and would get 1,000 baht a month for 8 months from the company.

 

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Upon questioning Mrs.Savoey Piromna aged 69 who is a minibus driver she said that her friend had a sticker and she would get 300 baht a month. Many minibus drivers have the stickers and she had hers for 2 months and had already had the money as promised. Later she watched the news and she knew that this sticker belonged to Chinese illegal gang so she decided to take the sticker off.

 

Pol.Col.Kampol Leelaprapaporn-superintendent of Huay Yai police station- revealed that no one had notified him about this case. However the police will prosecute the suspects according to the law. He’d like to warn people that the action like this is fraud. Anyone with information should notify the police.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Community News

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