AN alleged notorious illegal recruiter who collected P100,000 placement fee from each applicant for jobs abroad was arrested in an entrapment in Makati City after five of her victims filed a complaint. Rosalie Martin Fadera of Pulo, San Rafael, Bulacan, was arrested by agents of the Philippine National Police’s Anti-Transnational Crime Unit (PNP-ATCU) at a grocery store while transacting with a poseur applicant. The complainants claimed that Fadera solicited P100,000 each from them for a job in Japan. However, a check with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration showed that Fadera is not a licensed recruiter. She is currently detained at the PNP-ACTU facing charges for violation of the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995 and Estafa through swindling.