Authorities have arrested a man in Nonthaburi recently for allegedly scamming students two years ago out of a total of more than Bt500,000.
Ariyanatta Ratchuwon was arrested under the warrant of arrest issued in 2017 with bounced cheques.
The 46-year-old suspect advertised in different social networks and websites that he taught mathematics, English, and science subjects, Immigration police chief Pol Lt General Surachet Hakpal said.
He had opened a tutoring school and convinced students to enrol. However after parents agreed to hire and paid him fees, he disappeared. Surachet urged other people who might have been victims to notify police, The Nation reports.
Surachate also said the suspect claimed he wanted to be a tutor but due to his debts he decided to run away.
Source: The Nation
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