Blackpink followers scammed: Thai girl arrested for promoting fake concert tickets

Police arrested an unscrupulous Thai woman for promoting fake concert tickets to see the favored K-Pop girl group Blackpink. The victims suffered monetary losses exceeding seven-hundred,000 baht.
During the Blackpink World Tour Bangkok Encore last weekend, police found that many attendees arrived at the occasion holding similar e-tickets, all of which had been bought under the identify of 26 yr outdated Nattarika “Disco” Yangsuay.
Officers initiated an investigation and successfully situated and arrested Disco in the Lat Prao district of Bangkok at present.
Disco confessed that she earned the money from booking concert tickets for patrons. She claimed that she booked 200 tickets for the Blackpink concert for resale. She purchased them at 9,600 baht per ticket and resold them between 15,000 to 30,000 baht per ticket.
Crazy advised police that the initial batch of 200 tickets offered out quickly, but she continued to receive requests from fascinated patrons. The unscrupulous ticket tout determined to fulfil these orders by repeatedly distributing e-ticket copies of the identical tickets to her customers.
The Commander of the Investigation Department of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, Teeradate Thammasutee, reported that the police weren’t convinced by Disco’s confession even if she narrated the story in tears. Teeradate revealed that Disco was additionally hooked on on-line gambling, which had led her into vital debt.
Moreover, Disco’s legal history featured one other nine fraud circumstances in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and Saraburi provinces. The costs were issued from April of final 12 months to March of this 12 months.
Teeradate emphasised that this case went past simply the fraud, because it affected the emotions of Blackpink followers who have limited opportunities to see their beloved band. Teeradate said…
“This uncle (Teeradate) can not bring the Blackpink live performance again to all the younger fans, but this uncle will prosecute the wrongdoer who harm all your emotions.”
The police also encouraged other victims to return ahead and report any similar incidents, stressing that they are committed to resolving points affecting the final public’s wellbeing..