Four more arrested in connection with alleged fraud centred on dietary supplementsSuspect Phitnari “Mae Primaya” Tantiwit has claimed that she was able to turn 6,000 baht into 15 million baht within three months. (Photo: Phitnari Tantiwit Facebook account)Four more suspects have been taken in for questioning by cyber crimes police about a fraudulent investment scheme centred on the owner of the dietary supplement brand Primaya. Lead suspect Phitnari Tantiwit, 28, more widely known as Mae Primaya, has denied all the charges against her. She was wanted on a warrant issued on Tuesday accusing her of fraud and putting false information into a computer system. The post generated complaints that she was attempting to attract victims into a Ponzi scheme.
Source: Bangkok Post January 21, 2023 15:12 UTC