Canadian charged with selling fake jobs abroad ( What a Canadian has been…
Canadian charged with selling fake jobs abroad
What a Canadian has been in Bangkok and why?
arrested in Bangkok
allegedly selling bogus job apprenticeships abroad to
Thai students at 150,000-baht each
Who is Pol Col Arun Wachirasrisukanya?
a superintendent at the Crime Suppression Division
What Michael Roberge, 37 said?
“Was detained on the 18th floor of the Amarin Plaza building in Pathumwan district, Bangkok, on Wednesday.”
Where did his apprehension followed complaints and what story?
from university students
one of them told police Mr Roberge, story
offered him an apprenticeship at Pittsburgh Marriott hotel in Pennsylvania at
a wage of US$14 per hour, on payment of a 150,000-baht fee he didn’t see him again
What another student complained and what happen there?
he paid the same amount for an apprenticeship at a Thai restaurant in Miami, 8$ per hour
month after paying the money he was unable to contact Mr Roberge's company
What Pol Col Arun said?
Mr Roberge had set up Work West (Thailand) Co in Chiang Mai province. A Thai national worked as the manager. The company had since shut its doors.
When the Chiang Mai court issued a warrant for his arrest?
on July 4 2017