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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff reporter
A local bank has been accused of swap fraud of SIM card that lead to a customer’s nearly loss of Dh5m of his life savings. Such judgment is the first of its kind in the UAE.
The case dates back to 2017 when the man’s money was stolen from his account which the bank had then closed without his knowledge, Dubai Commercial Court was told.
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Ghassan El Daye, Partner and head of litigation Middle East with the UK-based law firm Charles Russell Speechlys, said “Our client, used to work in UAE but moved out of the country leaving behind Dh4.6m in a personal savings account he opened in 2015.”
The man visited the UAE in May 2017 and used his ATM to withdraw cash, but found his account empty.
Al Junaibi added that the duo committed fraud by using one of the IT means, punishable as per the Federal Penal Code.
The Department of Municipalities and Transport, represented by the Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) Abu Dhabi, said individuals who will use the Abu Dhabi Traffic Toll Gate can recover the balance of the electronic payment account in two cases only: selling the existing vehicle or buying a new one in accordance with the ITC procedures.
A company owner was defrauded after he received a cheque which was supposed to help him clear his debts, but he found the cheque was worth Dhs350, instead of Dhs350,000.
Ismail Berabih lost his mother two years ago, and he entered into a state of great shock and sadness, and decided to sleep next to her grave every day, according to Algerian local media.
A snowy avalanche in northern Pakistan killed 11 people on Saturday, including a 4-year-old boy, and injured 25 from a nomadic tribe as they crossed a mountainous area with their goat herds, police said.
At least 50 children — at least two dozen of them babies - have died at the orphanage in the six weeks since the war broke out in mid-April, according to Dr Abdullah.
“Every story comes to an end and this is only the beginning of a new era for our country (Saudi Arabia) and our region.so just like to thanks everyone who had helped us,” Rayana Barnawi said.