What Facts Are Revealed About the Jastip Abal Abal Syndicate Promising Coldplay Tickets, Let’s Check the Facts


BONSERNEWS.com – A husband and wife or couple with the initials ABF (22) and W (24) were finally arrested by the police for fraudulent delivery services (jastip) for Coldplay concert tickets in Indonesia, to be precise at the Bung Karno Main Stadium (GBK) on November 15, 2023.

The two couples are known to have succeeded in taking advantage of the high demand for Coldplay concert tickets which had become a bone of contention for the general public.

It’s no joke, ABF and W earned hundreds of millions of Rupiah for their actions. The following is a series of facts regarding the fake coldplay ticket jastip run by ABF and W. Come on, let’s check the facts from this fake jastip syndicate.

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It is known that the two couples are residents from Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta.

This was confirmed by the Director of Special Criminal Investigation (Direskrimsus) Polda Metro Jaya, Kombes Pol Auliansyah Lubis in Jakarta on Monday (22/5/2023).

The husband and wife launched their action through a Twitter account @findtrove_id. It is known that they both bought the account because they already had followers or followers which is quite a lot.

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With a large number of followers, it is hoped that the couple will be sure that potential victims will have more confidence in committing jastip.

This mode eventually proved successful because a total of 60 people became victims of their deception.

In addition, they run a mode where each victim must first send Rp. 50,000 per ticket to secure it slots because limited.

The police have now revealed that the two couples earned IDR 257 million through their actions.

The money was found from the flow of their account funds. Now, the hundreds of millions of money will be used as evidence of the couple’s fraud.

In terms of punishment, the two couples face a maximum of 20 years in prison for several offences.

One of their violations is Article 28 paragraph (1) Jo Article 45A paragraph (1) Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning information and Electronic Transactions (ITE).

They are also charged with Article 378 of the Criminal Code and/or Article 372 of the Criminal Code and/or Article 3, Article 4, Article 5 of Law Number 8 of 2010 concerning Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Crimes.