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It is thought that she was working and assisting the scammers involved in this activity.
The Thai dating site now advises its users not to make contact users off site as the website has installed security features in an effort to protect users from such activity.
The man suggested to the women that, while he was living and working in Europe, he would soon be moving to Thailand.
Reports in Thailand’s Thai language popular newspaper, the Daily News, confirmed that each of the women had wired Ogochukwu hundreds of thousands of baht when they received a call from the man who they had met online.
It has emerged that such online activity involves preying on both Thai women and foreign men online.
The dating website has set up its own security department within its operations office to combat the threat.Despite repeated warnings from the authorities in Thailand, many Thai women have become victims of online scammers on international Thai dating and social network sites.Indeed Thai police have revealed that the target of these scammers is not only confined to Thai women but also to Europeans, Americans and other men from western countries.In early December 2015, Thai police arrested a Nigerian man, Mgbenka Oyalulu Ogochukwu, 35 years of age and detained him at a police station in Bangkok.
The man was accused of creating false profiles of European men and women in a scam which netted nearly 400,000 baht.In fact, the scammer had never was based in Bangkok all the time.The elaborate scam, which was being used by the Nigerian, involved a customs officer ringing the women and the Thai women being requested to send a sum of money to pay tax or duty on the funds confiscated.Royal Thai Police officers also revealed that several Thai women had been duped out of millions of baht as a result of Ogochukwu’s activities.