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Three Pinoys, two Italians charged with syndicated illegal recruitment

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Sep. 24, 18 | 9:33 am

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has lodged a criminal case against two Italian nationals and three Filipinos who allegedly processed applicants for potential overseas Filipino workers (OFW) despite having no license to recruit.

In their nine-page complaint in the Mandaluyong Prosecutor’s Office, NBI-National Capital Regio director Cesar Bacani charged Henry James Avecilla, Judith Cabrera, Lucky Philip Cabrera at mga dayuhang sina Sergio Constantini at Maurizio Caselli, all incorporators of True Alliance Shipping Corp, with syndicated large-scale illegal recruitment.

The five were initially involved in a complaint by the president and general manager of Eagle Clarc Shipping Philippines, Inc, Capt. Leopoldo Arcilla, Sr., who claimed that True Alliance and another maritime crewing service, Oceanus, are falsifying documents for OFWs.

Also involved in the complaint are Mama Shipping SARL and Marine Partners Monaco which uses Oceanus as its agent in the Philippines to hire employees.

True Alliance Shipping Corp is reportedly the counterpart of Grimaldi and Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping Company based in Italy.

It was also found that all the documents supposed to be signed by Caselli are fraudulent as he was not in the country when the documents were notarized, reported Pilipino Star.

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