Fraudulent employment: Fake farm jobs in Australia depart Thai victims scammed

Efficient lured nearly 30 Thais with engaging job opportunities on Australian cattle farms, duping them out of tens of tens of millions of baht. The victims got here ahead yesterday, filing a grievance with Thai police against the alleged con artist claiming excessive social standing.
The grievance against Watsan (whose final identify is withheld) was lodged yesterday by sixty one year old Dathika, and almost 30 other individuals who fell prey to the scheme. They met with Pol. Lt. Col. Chattramontree Maha Phatchararun Mai, head of the investigating unit at Bangkok’s Crime Suppression Division (CSD), alleging that Watsan promised them a profitable employment opportunity in Australia.
According to Dathika, Watsan boasted through the Covid-19 pandemic that he owned giant cattle and sheep farms in Australia and required a significant number of Thai staff for high-paying positions. However, he demanded an upfront fee of fifty five,000 baht per applicant. Dathika added that Watsan is well-known within the Thai group in Australia and falsely claimed to come from a prestigious family, making him seem trustworthy.
Hundreds of people believed his tale and paid the fees, amassing a worth of tens of tens of millions of baht. However, when Watsan disappeared with out fulfilling his guarantees, citing various complications, it turned evident that the victims were deceived. This revelation prompted the group to file a complaint.
Investigators have since gathered evidence from the victims and forwarded the fraudulent employment case to their superiors for further action, reports Khaosod..

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