займы честное слово миг кредит отзывы лайм займ отзывы

Pattaya Daily News

07 June 2009 :: 17:06:05 pm 9090

Vice President Of Pattaya Condo Project “The Beaches” Arrested On Fraud Charges

On the morning of 5th June 2009, police arrested a Thai-English national, Mr. George Carl Morgan (40), on fraud charges. He is accused of issuing fake documents to customers of “The Beaches” condominium project in Jomtien and embezzling deposit payments to the tune of 100 million baht.
Centara Grand Advertise Here

The arrest was confirmed at 11:20 am by officers of the Crime Suppression Division under the leadership of the Deputy Commissioner, Police Colonel Supisal Pakdee Narunart, and Police Colonel Pornsak Surasit. The half-Thai, half-English suspect, who resides at 45, U-thong Nok, Susit District, Bangkok, was arrested at Arina Gerden Village, Soi Samakki, Pak-Glet, Nonthaburi with warrant no. 1094/2550 on charges of issuing fake documents. He had managed to evade arrest until now by moving from place to place.

Mr Liakat S. Dhanji [40], the Canadian director of the development company behind the project (Triple Eight Property Company Limited) has issued separate proceedings against Mr. Morgan who, since 14th January of this year, has been the vice-president and marketing manager of the condominium project, claimed to be the biggest of its kind in South-East Asia.

Police said that Mr. Morgan had presented himself as a respectable person and had used his privileged position in the company to offer customers half price deposit deals. The value of the paid deposits is believed to be about 100 million baht.

Most of the customers affected are from Sweden and Russia and police have announced that anyone who has deposited money with Mr. Morgan should check to see whether their payments have been registered in the company records. Should anyone discover that their reservation has not been registered, they should contact the police immediately.

The 800 room, 20,000 Million baht project started in 2005 and is located at the Najomtien area of Jomtien Beach. Prices for apartments are between 5 and 20 million baht and construction is expected to be complete by 2012. The project has been popular among speculators, both Thais and foreigners.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Crime News

Comments in News


The messages you read here are opinions from the public and posted into the Forum automatically. The systems owner is not responsible for any content in the Forum or any comments posted. There is no proof that the contents posted are genuine or not, even if the name of the poster is real, th erefore, please use common sense when reading the Forum. If there are topics which are against the law or immoral, please contact webmaster@pattayadailynews.com