Pattaya-area actress joins victims of Ufun pyramid scheme

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Former Channel 7 actress Chanita “Ann” Supaphun joined the more than 120,000 people who claimed they were swindled by Ufun Store Co.’s transnational Ponzi scheme.

The actress, accompanied by her friend Suthawadee Tummanon, filed a complaint at Nongprue Police Station May 6, alleging she lost 35,000 baht to the international pyramid scheme.

Former Channel 7 actress Chanita “Ann” Supaphun files her complaint against organizers of the Ufun pyramid scheme.Former Channel 7 actress Chanita “Ann” Supaphun files her complaint against organizers of the Ufun pyramid scheme.

She said she made her investment in Ufun in January. But when news broke of the massive scam – which allegedly is responsible for 38 billion baht in losses – she became worried.

Pol. Col. Pramote Nangpradith, superintendent for Nongprue police, said her complaint will be sent to the Consumer Protection Police Division, which has been cataloging the tens of thousands of claims.

Pramote said 15 people in the Nongprue station’s jurisdiction so far have filed complaints about Ufun.