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Immigration officers in Thailand have arrested 24 Chinese fugitives for an alleged cryptocurrency scam in Bangkok. The Immigration Bureau of the Royal Thai Police arrested the 24, seized 424 mobiles, phones, 61 laptops and a number of routers. Meanwhile, the Bureau stated that the head of operation hired employees on a three-month contract.  Wherein he paid all expenses of the contract including a $710 monthly salary.

Passport Possession Scam

Once after arrival, workers surrendered their respective passports to the head of the operation;  as well as begin working in shifts from 9:00 am to 10:00 am.  It is alleged that the scammers lured Chinese investors into buying; ostensibly fudged rated Bitcoins so that they could make a profit.

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