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08 January 2015 :: 08:01:26 am 96542

Rayong Police Arrest Cambodian Fraud Gang

Rayong police arrested a gang of swindlers who defrauded 300 Thai workers from 19 provinces to work in Cambodia by using (claiming falsely) the name of one well-known company in Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate, Rayong province.
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RAYONG – January 7,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at Ban Chang police station, Rayong province, Mr. Thassana Wichaithanaphat (Deputy Rayong Provincial Governor), Pol.Col. Therdkiat Wiriyasathitkul (Superintendent of Ban Chang police station), Pol.Lt.Col. Songkran Sanhakorn (Deputy Superintendent of Ban Chang police station), Mr. Wirat Srisamphan (Labor Specialist, Professional Level, Inspection and Protection for Workers Division, Department of Employment) and Mrs. Siwalai Setajan (Labor Specialist, Professional Level, Rayong Province) together made a statement about arresting Mr. Manoch Taengsopha, aged 41, residing at house no. 5/306, Moo 5 Tambon Phla, Amphur Ban Chang, Rayong province, Mr. Thanaphon Taengsopha, aged 20 (a son of Mr. Manoch Taengsopha) and Mr. Prasit Chuenthonglang, aged 48, residing at house no. 5/548, Moo 5 Tambon Phla, Amphur Ban Chang, with many exhibits of equipment and documents.

 

Mr. Thassana Wichaithanaphat (Deputy Rayong Provincial Governor), said that such 3 defendants together defrauded 300 Thai workers to go to work in Cambodia by using the name of one well-known company in Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate, Rayong province, which today the Ban Chang officers and officers of Inspection and Protection for Workers Division, Department of Employment, had already verified documentary evidence and found that such 3 defendants did not ask for permission to arrange work for the job seekers both in the country and in foreign countries. There were 300 cheated workers from 19 provinces that transferred money to this swindler gang, from the following 19 provinces: Sukhothai, Lampang, Phitsanulok, Phrae, Tak, Chiang Rai, Nong Bua Lam Phu, Udon Thani, Buri Ram, Kamphaeng Phet, Ubon Ratchathani, Chachoengsao, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nan, Maha Sarakham, Chaiyaphum, Saraburi, Nong Khai and Rayong.

 

Moreover, such 3 defendants had hired 4 buses to take 300 Thai workers to Phla beach, Amphur Ban Chang, and left them there since the evening of January 6, 2015 until today but the agents did not return to take them to a border of Chanthaburi province in order to go to Cambodia. After Pol.Lt.Col. Songkran Sanhakorn (Deputy Superintendent of Ban Chang police station) got notification about this case then he took forces of police team to inspect and detain the 3 defendants to be investigated which all of them confessed in all allegations therefore the police detained them to make a statement about this case.

 

Mr. Wirat Srisamphan (Labor Specialist, Professional Level, Inspection and Protection for Workers Division, Department of Employment) said that he was contacted by such 300 workers to ask for assistance so he coordinated with officers of Rayong Employment Office and the police of Ban Chang police station by letting such 300 workers to write a petition in details. This case is an offense according to the Recruitment and Job-Seeker Protection Act, B.E. 2528 (A.D. 1985) which stated that anybody who cheats other people to work abroad will be punished with the highest penalty of imprisonment for 3 – 10 years, to be fined for 60,000 – 200,000 THB or to be fined as well as imprisoned that will be calculated for the charge of fine amount and duration of imprisonment per 1 victim which there were 300 victims for this case so the penalty rate will be multiplied by 300.

 

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Mr. Sa-wiang Wannasathit, aged 63, residing at house no. 114, Moo 1 Tambon Bo Kluea Tai, Amphur Bo Kluea, Nan province, said that the agents contacted him to go to work at Cambodia where a laborer will get daily wage of 1,200 THB and a technician will get daily wage of 1,400 – 1,500 THB so he applied to work as a laborer. He had taken his car for leasing and brought 15,000 THB to pay for an application fee, and 3,000 THB for documentation expense (total 18,000 THB) to such agents then he and his friends (who also applied to work at Cambodia) traveled together by a van to Tak province in order to check their documents.

 

Later such agents let 4 buses to pick up Mr. Sa-wiang and his friends and took them to Phla beach, Amphur Ban Chang, Rayong province, which they arrived there late night on the same day where they waited in the buses until in the morning of the next day but the agents did not come to take them to the border of Chanthaburi province in order to go to Cambodia. Therefore, Mr. Sa-wiang and his friends thought something was wrong so they went to notify the police and village headman to come to take them to Ban Chang police station and detain the 3 agents to be investigated and prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

 

Pol.Lt.Col. Songkran Sanhakorn (Deputy Superintendent of Ban Chang police station) said that from investigating the 3 defendants who confessed that they recruited 450 workers and received money for 1,300,000 THB but some workers still had not transferred money to them.

 

The 3 defendants said that they had divided the money to each other and bought notebook computers and wrist watches. Police had checked the amount of money that was left in their bank account which there was approximately 1,000 THB left for Mr. Phak Thalert (an elder brother-in-law of Mr. Prasit).

 

Recently, Mr. Insee Kerdmanee (Ban Chang sheriff) together with subdistrict headman and village headman had brought food and water for all workers at a community hall of Ban Chang district and also let the bus drivers take them home in the evening on the same day.

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