SAMUT PRAKAN — Five Filipinos filed a complaint yesterday at the North Samrong police against their Thai coworker who they said ripped them off.
According to 77kaoded, brothers Allan P. and Edilberto and three others were laid off from their work at a resort in Koh Chang due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
They said that a woman in the sales department of the resort called “Sunantha, 31, had introduced them to a scheme whereby cheap gold was bought and sold for a profit. They expected dividends of 40% every 15 days after they invested in May,” said Thaivisa in their report.
The profit arrived during the first few months but everything stopped by June. Sunantha claimed that she had contracted Covid-19 and was unable to bring cheap gold into the country.
Sunantha also offered to pay back the 503,420 baht they had invested in 5,000 baht monthly installments but they were not happy and initially went to Koh Chang police, the report added.
Other developments online indicated that the situation had got worse so yesterday they went to the police in Samrong to follow up with another report.
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