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Fake passports uncover TOEFL scam in Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai police on Monday arrested two Chinese women who allegedly used fake passports to sit for a TOEFL exam on behalf of paying clients.

Jing Su, 22, and Jiang Jiang Xuan, 26 – the spellings a transliteration of their names from Thai as police heard them – were charged with using fake passport and visa stamps.

Full story: The Nation

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