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Thailand – Two South Koreans accused of credit card fraud

Via: Pattaya One

Two South Korean nationals were arrested by Chonburi Provincial Police on Tuesday accused of withdrawing over 400,000 Baht ($12,700 USD) in cash with fake credit cards. Police Colonel Supatee, Deputy Commander of Chonburi Provincial Police held a press conference to announce the arrest of Mr. Kim ‘Bulgogi’ Suk Joon aged 41 and Mr. Soy ‘Sauce’ Mian Goo aged 38 at Central Plaza in Chonburi District.

They attempted to withdraw money from the Kasikornbank but staff at the bank were alerted to the fake credit cards used during the transaction and alerted Police straight away. The men claimed they had gained knowledge from USA (Of course they did, because they don’t have credit card fraud in Korea – yeah right.) on how to produce fake credit cards and had tested their newly found skills in Bangkok before moving to Chonburi. Both were charged with credit card fraud and await Court appearances.



May 24, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , ,

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