Woman arrested for Jackson Wang concert ticket scam

Thai authorities lately arrested a forty 12 months previous woman on costs of scamming people for over 3 million baht. Wilaiwan Praphat Kitjarugul is accused of deceiving a quantity of victims by promoting fake tickets to a Jackson Wang live performance in Nonthaburi, Thailand.
Many victims filed complaints on the “Sub Nakorn Ban Online Patrol” Facebook page, having suffered huge financial losses since December 2022. One particular person claimed to have been scammed out of 600,000 baht. Additionally, authorities acknowledged that Wilaiwan had been put on the BLACKLISTSELLER web site for an additional case involving a loss of 388,600 baht.
After a six month lengthy investigation led by the Provincial Police Online Analysis Unit and PCT5, the suspect was apprehended within the parking zone of a buying centre in Amphawa, Samut Songkhram. During the interrogation, Wilaiwan denied the allegations and claimed that she merely helped purchase the concert tickets.
However, a background check revealed that she had faced fraud charges at the Pho Klang Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima, in 2019, and was convicted in 2020 for violating the Cheque Act at Ban Map Amphote Police Station, Chumphon.
Official police advice issued by Lt. Teeradech Thammasuthee warned the common public to be cautious when buying live performance tickets through social media. Instead, they recommend purchasing from authorized distributors, reported KhaoSod Online.
In associated scam information, a man was left heartbroken by his girlfriend whom he met on an online relationship app. The girl was a misleading nurse who took advantage of the man’s trust. After Model via the dating app, the nurse first requested for help to pay an instalment on her apartment in Bangkok, worth 15,000 baht. Sek, the person, agreed to offer the money as a outcome of her good profile..

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