Spirited deception: Thai girl falls prey to liquor scam that includes MFP leader’s image

A Thai lady fell sufferer to a liquor rip-off after the swindler successfully deceived her by selling a fake shop with a picture of Move Forward Party (MFP) leader Pita Limcharoenrat, and the party’s Progressive Liquor Act marketing campaign.
The sufferer, 33 yr previous Juthaporn, yesterday filed a grievance in opposition to the scammer at Mueang Rayong Police Station. Moneyback stated that she bought a domestically crafted liquor known as Chaiyaphume and Onson from the Facebook page, MyDay, but did not obtain the merchandise.
Juthaporn made known she is an alcohol collector and wanted to add Thai alcohol to her collection for the explanation that MFP’s chief, Pita, promoted a quantity of Thai manufacturers and the party’s Progressive Liquor Act.
Jatuporn acknowledged that she got here throughout an online alcohol store referred to as MyDay providing quite a lot of Thai alcoholic drinks. The store was credible in her opinion as a result of it shared an image of Pita holding bottles of Chaiyaphum which is an alcohol from the Isaan province of Chaiyaphum and Onson from the Isaan province of Sakon Nakhon.
Jatuporn ordered two kinds of alcohol and transferred 2,299 baht to the seller named Sittichai Sipimsor. She waited for the products however nothing arrived. She attempted to contact the vendor however the Facebook page was later closed down.
Jatuporn said that the cash she misplaced was small however she filed a criticism with the police to stop others from falling sufferer to this fraudulent store.
Jatuporn added that she was not the one one who suffered losses, with some individuals reportedly losing over 10,000 baht to the identical shop. Each of them is gathering evidence to file a complaint in opposition to the vendor.
The Progressive Liquor Act was proposed to the Parliament for the first time on June eight of last year by MFP MP Taopiphop Limjittrakorn. The main objective of the act is to distribute revenue to small enterprise operators while curbing monopolistic practices within the alcohol trade of Thailand..

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