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Alleged Illegal Recruiter Arrested in Parañaque


Merdegia: Victims of Amor Baruelo Group numbering more or less 3,000 nationwide. @ABSCBNNews pic.twitter.com/1laR4ZGUZV

— Bianca Dava (@biancadava) 20 October 2017

After verifying, Rea discovered that the suspects are not licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration to recruit overseas workers.

Furthermore, she also discovered that there are pending arrest warrants against Baruelo.


During the entrapment operation, only Sareno showed up to receive marked money from the victim. A follow-up operation was immediately conducted for the arrest of Baruelo but, according to Merdegia, they failed to arrest her.

Sereno is facing illegal recruitment  and estafa charges.

 (ATCU), the Amor Baruelo group according to the PNP-CIDG Anti-Transnational Crimes Unit, is suspected to be one of the largest illegal recruitment syndicates operating in the country with over 3,000 victims nationwide.

The CIDG urged victims  of illegal recruiters through these following numbers 09498652400 or ‎09166176969.

Source: ABS-CBN News

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