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Immigration latest: Dutchman selling dodgy cars, Chinese taking out babies and illegal Cambodians


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The head of Thailand's Immigration Bureau Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang gave details of the latest arrests of foreigners up to no good in the kingdom. 

 

There were three cases. 

 

First up was Stanley R, 35, from the Netherlands. An informant told the police that this man was running a second hand car business on Facebook called Car Planet and there were many cars there with fake registration.

 

He was picked up at Ramkhamhaeng Soi 72 and found to be on a TEN year overstay. 

 

He would buy cars from people in Pattaya who could no longer keep up with the payments, put on a fake registration and sell them to new buyers. He'd been doing this for a long time. 

 

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Secondly at Suvarnabhumi airport Region 2 officers stopped two Chinese nationals taking two boys aged six months and one year out of the country. 

 

The children were not theirs and had fake birth certificates. The parents of the children were all Thai.  The IB are investigating a children for sale/ surrogacy  racket.

 

The third case featured the arrest of two Thai men and five Cambodians 

 

Two men called Boy (a Cambodian) and Yai (a Thai) who are still on the loose would tour around Bangkok and surrounding areas in bright colored vans touting for Cambodians who wanted to pay 6,500 baht to be taken home across natural land borders, reported Daily News

 

The vans were pink, orange and green and were characteristic of the gang.

 

The arrests were made opposite Ramkhamhaeng Soi 110. 

 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Two men called Boy (a Cambodian) and Yai (a Thai) who are still on the loose would tour around Bangkok and surrounding areas in bright colored vans touting for Cambodians who wanted to pay 6,500 baht to be taken home across natural land borders, reported Daily News

 

The vans were pink, orange and green and were characteristic of the gang.

You would think that bright colored vans would be easy to spot.

But I guess that brown envelopes will make certain people blind.

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Lots of what appear to be cheap cars being sold on facebook by Russians with English sounding names

 

Due dilligence is definitely needed when dealing with these people

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