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Thai Woman held for ‘jobs in Korea’ fraud

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Downtown Korat

The Thao Suranaree monument, Chomphon Gate, Chumphon Road and moat in Korat city. Photo: John Smith.

A Thai woman was arrested in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Huai Thalaeng district Saturday for duping others with false promises of jobs in South Korea paying Bt30,000 a month.

Saisamorn Sutthichaiya, 55, was arrested along with travel documents of the alleged victims. She reportedly confessed to the crime, Pol Lt Col Phum Thongpho of the Police Region 3 said.

Saisamorn reportedly told people seeking jobs in South Korea they must pay Bt120,000 in costs per person, Bt15,000-30,000 of which they had to her pay her in advance.

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