'Shogun's' assets being seized to pay refunds

Pasit "Shogun" Arinchayalapis is taken from the Criminal Court to the Central Women’s Correctional Institution on Friday. (Photo by Patipat Janthong)

Assets being seized from the owner of WealthEver, Pasit "Shogun" Arinchayalapis, will be used to repay victims of her website's fraudulent travel packages to Japan, a senior police officer said on Friday.

Meanwhile, Ms Pasit will spend the next 12 days in the women's prison after the Criminal Court approved the Crime Suppression Division's request to detain her pending further investigation into the fraud charges against her. 

CSD chief Pol Maj Gen Suthin Subphuang said the Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) had frozen 3 million baht held in her bank accounts. More asssets will also be frozen, he said.

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