Jambi Regional Police are Ready to Receive First Travel Victim Complaint

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, September 10 2017 - 18:00 IWST

Pimpinan First Travel Andika Surachman dan istrinya Anniesa Desvitasari (Foto Ist)
Pimpinan First Travel Andika Surachman dan istrinya Anniesa Desvitasari (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jambi Police (Polda) Jambi are ready to receive complaints of victims of Umrah pilgrimage fraud committed travel agency 'First Travel'.

Jambi Police Chief, Brig. Gen. Priyo Widyanto, in Jambi on Saturday (9/9/2017) said that until now his side has not received a report from first travel victims in Jambi as revealed by the media some time ago.

Police Chief Jambi, Priyo said it is ready to receive reports if any Jambi residents who want to report for being a victim of First Travel scam. "There is or not a clear complaints post that the police are ready to receive the report," he said.

Previously proclaimed six citizens of Jambi City became a victim of fraudulent umroh travel agency `First Travel` confused want to complain to which side.

One of the victims, the scam 'First Travel` citizens of Jambi City, Parmiliyani (60), said he and his son named Rahmad Hakim (26) confused to report where the case. They claim to know the case from television.

The six residents of Jambi City who became victims of Umroh pilgrimage package scams from First Travel is Parmiliyani and his son Rahmad, Harry's wife and wife, and Syahria and wife.

For the moment received by the victim Parmiliyani on First Travel umroh case is suitcase clothing marked and First Travel logo, as well as other umroh equipment but until now there is no certainty to leave umroh.

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