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Man grounded with fake visa bought online

A Chinese citizen was stopped at the frontier checkpoint at city's Pudong International Airport recently after police found he was using a fake Cambodian visa acquired via the Internet, Oriental Morning Post reported today.

It was the first such case discovered by Shanghai border police. More than 300 similar cases have been found at airports in some cities in south China within this year.

The man, surnamed Liu, told officers that he asked an online agency who claimed that it could apply for an electronic visa on the client's behalf at, country's biggest online transaction platform.

Liu, an office worker in Shanghai, said he was bothered by the complex application process and paid the agency 200 yuan (US$30) for an electronic visa.


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