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Five Chinese men arrested with 182 fake credit cards

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Five Chinese men arrested with 182 fake credit cards

BANGKOK: Crime Suppression Division Police have arrested five Chinese men for having allegedly used fake credit cards to shop in Bangkok, causing damages worth over Bt180 million.

The arrest of Zu Jian, 42, Cui Yuanchang, 31, Tan Guo Ping, 40, Zhu Guo Ping, 53, and Liu Shijin, 42 was announced at a press conference at the CSD head office Sunday.

CSD officers seized 182 fake credit cards, credit-card charging device, six electronic card readers and three devices for printing credit card faces.

Police alleged that the five stole others' credit card information via Internet to make fake cards for shopping in Thailand and have allegedly caused damages worth over Bt180 million.

They were arrested on Friday after the CSD was alerted that two of them used two fake credit cards to buy gold ornaments at a gold shop in Big C Rajdamri shopping mall.

Police arrested Zu at the scene while the other fled the scene. Information from Zu led police to arrest the three suspects others at the Tivoli Hotel on Soi Sathorn 1.

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/Five-Chinese-men-arrested-with-182-fake-credit-car-30276050.html

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-- The Nation 2016-01-03

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Well done CSD to get those rats off the streets!!

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"Five Chinese men arrested with 182 fake credit cards"

And indicating those kind of incidencts, by kissing up to big brother China, our current regime, shouldn't be surprised to "accidentally leak in" more of such back stabbing bastards rats from mainland China...

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Are they sure they are not fake Chinese putting the RTP off their trail with fake CC's

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'Police alleged that the five stole others' credit card information via Internet to make fake cards for shopping in Thailand and have allegedly caused damages worth over Bt180 million.'

Busy boys, that's over 5 million dollars.

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These quality tourists won't be seeing China again.

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'Police alleged that the five stole others' credit card information via Internet to make fake cards for shopping in Thailand and have allegedly caused damages worth over Bt180 million.'

Busy boys, that's over 5 million dollars.

And 1 million baht per card. You'd think the credit card company would take at least a little notice that someone has rung up over a million baht in fraudulent charges. I know my phone would be getting texted off the hook if it happened on one of my cards.

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Information from Zu led police to arrest the three other suspects

I hope they all get put in same cell.

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These quality tourists won't be seeing China again.

Actually I think the real punishment awaits them in China.

why? Lock them up in BANGKOK hilton

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These quality tourists won't be seeing China again.

Actually I think the real punishment awaits them in China.

Yep, a slap on the wrist and 500 Baht aka ( *calculated amount* of Yuan <-too lazy to calculate this now)

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Question: how did they get the equipment out of China and into Thailand? Or did they purchase said devices locally?

I suspect there is more to this story.

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Question: how did they get the equipment out of China and into Thailand? Or did they purchase said devices locally?

I suspect there is more to this story.

Pssssshht, no details to be revealed. Mutual attempt from both parties to save face in disguise....ph34r.pngph34r.png

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