Three Turkish men detained for alleged credit card fraud

 Three Turkish men detained for alleged credit card fraud

Tourists walking on the popular Khao San Road in Bangkok.



BANGKOK, Feb 11 (TNA) – Thai police arrested three Turkish nationals for alleged credit card forgery at a Bangkok department store Thursday.

The trio are identified as Ziyaismet Gebologcu, 54, Ozulmez Bekir, 37, and Falay Togan Ahmet, aged 34, according to Crime Suppression Division police officers.

The three foreigners were apprehended at a Seacon Square department store on Srinakarin Road while using a counterfeit electronic card to pay for their purchases.

Police also seized seven other forged electronic cards, Spanish fake passports.

After three-month trace on the scam, the authorities found that the three Turkish suspects were a passport and credit card forgery gang, using Thailand as a base to commit a crime.

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