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The Minister of Labour warned citizens to be wary after a group of Thai women were swindled out of thousands by a fraudulent job agency. Suchart Chomklin acknowledged he was aware of scams on a number of Facebook accounts that are advertising attractive job positions in places such as the United Arab Emirates where they are promising one thing but delivering another. “When victims arrived in the country, they’d be forced to do other jobs such as sex work or gambling jobs and their passports would be seized. Many women victims have been forced to have sex or were physically […]

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Knowing that it is illegally done, they go for it. If failed to get, then play innocent. No need to pity all these kind of people. Just let them loose their savings and learn lessons of their life......There is no end for their  greediness...

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1 hour ago, HiuMak said:

No sympathy for these woman. They know what they are getting into. Greed

I'd hardly call it greed when most of them are doing it to support family 

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