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Six suspects in notorious travel scam report to police

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Suspects in a travel scam that left 1,000 would-be travelers stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport recently, have reported to investigators, according to the Royal Thai Police.

Six suspects in notorious travel scam report to police | News by Samui TimesThe deputy commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, Pol Gen Srivara Rangsibrahmanakul, has met the six travel scam suspects, one of whom was WealthEver executive Pasit Arinchalapit, aka Sinsae Shogun. Pasit has been the object of fraud complaints before and has changed her name several times.

Pol Gen Srivara said charges have yet to be pressed against the suspects as investigators are still gathering evidence and witnesses.

As of April 15, 450 complaints had been lodged against Pasit and her company.

Earlier this week, around a thousand people found themselves stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport with no flight to board. The victims said they had paid 9,730 baht for a package with WealthEver including airfare and accommodation for a trip to Japan.

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