Thais being trafficked to Myanmar rescued from home on “No Man’s Land”

Eleven Thais were reportedly lured into work for a name centre rip-off and have been rescued by Thai authorities, with some of them being held at a home on a small, isolated island known as “No Man’s Land” near Myanmar. Two Chinese men were arrested for allegedly luring the Thais to work for illegal call centres in Myanmar.
Four of the victims were present in a home on “No Man’s Land” in the midst of the Moei River between Thailand and Myanmar. Reports say they had been ready for a boat to travel to Myanmar. Another group found seven individuals at a hotel in Tak’s Mae Sot district, which borders Myanmar, and arrested two suspected agents for allegedly hiring them with out permission.
The investigation began after a suspicious job advertisement was posted online. The wage supplied was so excessive, that some suspected it to be a rip-off and reported it to authorities at the Damrongdhama Centre underneath the Ministry of Interior.
Reports in Thai media say that authorities investigated and located that Thai and Chinese brokers had been working together to lure Thai people to work as rip-off call centres in Myanmar. Some were being sent from Bangkok to Tak’s Mae Sot district, after which across the border to Myanmar. The authorities additionally issued an arrest warrant for the one who posted the job advertisement.
ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์Huawei added that Thai people who had been lured into working and living in a hard time could contact for assist by visiting the website or through the Dopa Help software.
Those working as agents for illegal name centres can face four to 12 years in jail and a fine ranging from four hundred,000 baht to 1,200,000 baht..

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