Immigration police arrest two Chinese fraudsters illegally residing in Thailand

In Unique related instances, Immigration Police arrested two Chinese fraudsters posing as businessmen and illegally residing in Thailand. Collectively, the pair scammed victims of over 2 billion baht.
Police arrested a 44 year old Chinese national named Changguan (pseudonym) who allegedly scammed hundreds of victims of over 1.4 billion baht by persuading them to spend money on his “company” registered in China.
Officers searched the accused’s property and located a faux Taiwanese driving license that Changguan ordered online and a mobile phone from China.
Changguan admitted that he does not have a passport and snuck into Thailand illegally via pure border channels.
Police also found a document detailing Changguan’s history of permission to remain in Thailand on numerous visas. The doc options Changguan’s image, but the name and nationality written were not his.
Immigration police arrested Changguan under suspicion of two expenses, “being an alien who escaped their country and is residing in Thailand with out permission,” and, “impersonating a foreign businessman to persuade victims to take a position more than 1.4 billion baht.”
When police cross-checked their paperwork, they discovered that Changguan’s picture matched that of an arrest warrant issued by police in Kunming, China. It’s not clear what costs Changguang faces in China.
Changguan admitted to being the wished Chinese legal detailed within the warrant. Police arrested him and took him to immigration to undertake further authorized proceedings.
Immigration police arrested Yuchen (pseudonym), one other Chinese nationwide, beneath suspicion of, “fleeing a public fraud case with complete damages of over 600 million baht.”
Yuchen fled China after opening a “credit card company” and persuading greater than 500 victims to invest in it, prompting Chinese authorities to concern a warrant for his arrest.
The accused hired employees to do the dirty work for him and make telephone calls persuading folks to put money into the faux company.
Fleeing the arrest warrant, Yuchen entered Thailand through Suvarnabhumi Airport on September 16, 2019, on a 60-day tourist visa.
Yuchen managed to then safe a visa which allowed him to remain in Thailand till September 20, 2023..

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