Thai cops on the hunt for Malaysian ‘Datuk’ over scams


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  • Sunday, 19 Apr 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Three Malaysians, inclu­ding a “Datuk”, are wanted by the Thai police after they allegedly cheated some 100,000 people, including Thais, of 20 billion baht (RM2.25bil) through a ponzi scheme.

Thai newspapers have named a company – UFun Store Co Ltd – which allegedly runs the scheme and that the Royal Thai Police are looking for its executive chairman “Datuk Daniel”, 40, and its two directors aged 38 and 42.

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