Agency denies involvement in unlawful on-line gaming
Non Alquitran (The Philippine Star) – September 18, 2019 – 12:00am
MANILA, Philippines — The corporate that employed the companies of 277 Chinese language who had been arrested final week throughout a raid in Pasig Metropolis yesterday denied any involvement in unlawful on-line playing and different scams.
Xingfeng Ou, chief operations officer of the Grafpefruit Companies Inc. (GSI), stated solely 4 of the Chinese language had been the themes of a mission order issued by the Bureau of Immigration (BI).
They’re Chen Xianfeng, Qi Heng, Wang Changsen and Qin Shuxin.
The BI stated the 4 are wished in China for a P700-million funding fraud.
Chen, Qi, and Wang had been nabbed together with 274 different suspects throughout a raid on their workplace in Ortigas Middle. Qin stays at massive.
“The apprehension of the opposite Chinese language suspects is prohibited except the identical falls beneath the rule of warrantless arrest,” Xingfeng stated in a letter to Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente dated Sept. 16.
Xingfeng stated the GSI operates a cryptocurrency enterprise, which is authorized within the Philippines.
He added they don’t have any data that the 4 Chinese language had been fugitives based mostly on the paperwork they submitted once they utilized for work on the GSI.
Xingfeng stated many of the arrested Chinese language have legitimate passports and dealing visas issued by the Cagayan Financial Zone Authority (CEZA).
He stated the GSI, a service supplier of Golden Millenial Quickpay Inc. Lt., was licensed by the CEZA to function an offshore gaming operations such because the One Company Middle in Orgtigas. – Raymund Catindig