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Korean who sold P7.2-M non-existent phones nabbed in Sucat – Inquirer.net


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Korean who sold P7.2-M non-existent phones nabbed in Sucat
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Bureau of Immigration (BI) agents have arrested a South Korean fugitive who reportedly deceived 381 compatriots into buying 150 million won (P7.2 million) worth of non-existent mobile phones. BI chief Jaime Morente identified the fugitive as 33-year

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