The Survivor’s Story #1

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"The broker spoke to me so nicely."

He said that the work was good, the money was good. All the people he sent there could pay all their debts. I also wanted to be able to pay all my debts. So I agreed to do it. After I agreed to work with his agency, I asked about the amount of money I should bring along. He said that I brought only for COVID test and pocket money. Then he let me stay in a room in Pattaya while waiting for the flight.

On the departure date, he sent me to the airport and said that his work was legal. But when I asked why I couldn’t talk to him much at the airport, he said others might know that she came with a broker and police might arrest them. He also said that every text message related to work in Dubai must be deleted. If the immigration division checked the phone, it would be complicated. I did everything he said, and when we reached Dubai, and the boss arrived – that was when I realized I was tricked.

On the first day, I called the agency and asked why they put me into this situation. They told me to just do what I had to do. I demanded a flight back to Thailand right away. Yet, they only said I was a troublesome woman. So, I had searched for Facebook pages that provide help for Thai women since day one in Dubai, I found your organization, finally.

-Pink Ink-

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