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em gái china (lừa đảo) đăng ký làm tới 16 việc một lúc, trong 3 năm mua được nhà, mà không phải động một ngón tay...
A woman in China was recently arrested for running an alleged wage scam (lừa đảo tiền lương) with her husband wherein she took up 16 simultaneous (đồng thời) jobs to earn a salary without ever lifting a finger (không phải động một ngón tay).
Justice strikes: The woman, who was identified by the pseudonym (bút danh) Guan Yue, was arrested during a job interview in Hangzhou province,
Together with her husband, Chen Qiang, who is accused of serving as a lookout for other opportunities, the couple reportedly amassed a fortune (tích lũy được khối tài sản) big enough to buy a villa in Baoshan, Shanghai, in just three years.
How she pulled it off: Local reports alleged that Guan would apply to a job at a company, take photos of her interview and later send those to her current workplace chat, pretending she was “meeting with clients.”
To keep things in order, she would reportedly keep track of all the important details of her jobs on paper, such as her joined date, her position in that company and her salary card numbers from different companies.
Splitting the gig: Using the same scamming tactics, Guan and Chen would sometimes “sell” their gig to other cohorts whenever they were overwhelmed by the number of jobs they had for a fee and a commission (hoa hồng). At one point in the three-year operation, Guan reportedly held 16 simultaneous jobs.