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INFAMOUS SCAM COUPLE BOUGHT $2.23 MILLION HOME IN THAILAND

The infamous story of a Thai woman and her Singaporean husbands went viral internationally.

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The total losses was more than SGD$32 million and more than 180 victims filed a complaint with the Singapore police. The two suspects later escaped bail during the investigation.

The Police are investigating allegations of cheating involving Tradenation Pte Ltd and Tradeluxury Pte Ltd.

Warrants of Arrest and INTERPOL Red Notices have been issued against a 26-year-old Singaporean man, Pi Jiapeng, and a 27-year-old Thai woman, Pansuk Siriwipa (Ann), in connection with the case. The Police are appealing for information from the public on their whereabouts.

Thai Media reports the couple bought a SGD2.23 Million home in Thailand

About 2 months ago, Ann and her husbabd went to Thailand to buy a house for 60 million baht and the transaction had just completed on June 9. They even had a party for the new home. In the event, only relatives attended the event which included about 5-6 people.

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But they later started to incur debt. As a result, the couple had to decide to sell the house at the price of 55 million baht to pay off the debt. Until there is not a single baht left.

Thai media also reports that the Thai woman’s father drives a taxi and her mother sells Thai Pappya Salad and vegetables.

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