An illegal recruiter who offers jobs in New Zealand was arrested by police authorities. Most of her victims had to borrow money and quit their job thinking that they can finally work abroad.

According to GMA News, the CIDG conducted an entrapment operation inside a fast food chain where the illegal recruiter met with applicants. Later did she knew, an undercover was with them to catch her illegal activities.

It was not too long when the suspect asked for PhP400,000 which will serve as show money to complete the requirements and fly to New Zealand.

After handing the money to the suspect, the complainant stood up that served as a sign for police officers to get in.

The suspect was identified as Danica Dela CruzNwanguma, 28-years-old. According to the CIDG, the suspect promised her victims that their flight to New Zealand will be on the next day where they will be working as Pharmacy assistant with a salary of 2,500 New Zealand dollars or approximately PhP85,000 every month.

Some of the victims already gave as much as PhP200,000 for the processing fee. However, the suspect asked for another PhP200,000 for the placement fee.

According to one victim, they never thought that they will fall prey to this kind of illegal activities as the suspect told them that they won’t have to pay anything except for the processing fee.

Most of her victims had to resign from their jobs and their debts are mountain high. Police warned that OFW aspirant to never transact with illegal agencies and individuals not accredited by the POEA.

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Babaeng illegal recruiter, arestado

Arestado ang isang babaeng pinerahan lang umano ang mga pinangakuan niya ng trabaho sa New Zealand. Ang mga biktima, nangutang at nag-resign pa raw sa trabaho sa pag-aakalang makakapag-abroad sila.Sa mga Kapuso abroad, tumutok o mag-subscribe sa GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, at GMA News TV International para sa iba pang mga balita.

Posted by 24 Oras on Thursday, May 30, 2019

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