Published: Sep 12, 2018
Fraud suspect Pasit “Sinsae Shogun” Ariyalapit was sentenced on Wednesday by the primary court to a total of 4,355 years in prison plus a Bt20,000 fine, although under Thai law she would actually serve only 20 years behind bars as the maximum prison term for the offences.
Published: Jul 07, 2017
Pasit “Sin Sae Shogun” Ariyalapit, the founder and chief executive of food supplement firm WealthEver, and eight people who were her relatives and close aides, on Friday pleaded not guilty in the Criminal Court to charges of fraud charges over a much-publicised tour scam. The defendants said they would find their own lawyers to fight the charges, hence the judge has set the evidence review session
Published: Apr 21, 2017
INQUIRIES with two airlines found no information that Pasit “Shogun” Ariyalapit – an alleged scammer accused of ripping off more than Bt50 million from thousands of victims, many of who were stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport earlier this month – ever arranged a charter flight to Japan, a senior police officer said on Friday.
Published: Apr 18, 2017
AT LEAST 360 victims have filed complaints against Pasit “Shogun” Ariyalapit, an alleged scam artist whose network reportedly caused more than Bt50 million in damages and left thousands of victims stranded at the Suvarnabhumi Airport during the Songkran Festival.
Published: Apr 17, 2017
A CRIMINAL Court has issued arrest warrants for eight people who were relatives and close aides to Pasit Ariyalapit, who has been detained on fraud charges over a much-publicised alleged tour scam, a senior police officer said Monday.
Published: Apr 15, 2017
SIX key members of the WealthEver company – which officials allege was an illegal Ponzi or pyramid scheme – met with police Saturday to say they were not involved in the “scam” that left thousands of Japan-bound tourists stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport last Tuesday.
Published: Apr 14, 2017
The Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) has frozen Bt3 million in the bank accounts of fraud suspect Pasit “Shogun” Ariyalapit, with almost 400 victims of her alleged tour scam having filed complaints with police.