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Recently, a 31 year-old Asian woman who worked in a telecom firm has been charged with forgery and theft, after she forged documents and executed requests for mobile services that helped her seize 496 mobile phones.
The telecom firm was checking the suspect’s sales performance between 2014 and 2015 when it discovered all the forged documents and fake mobile service requests.
The suspect was the one in charge of running online requests of customers, and had the key to the phones locker, which enabled her to forge requests for 496 mobile phones, worth Dhs1.39 million.
The firm’s audit section found that around 93 customers were late in paying instalments on the phones.
When the suspect was confronted, she denied all the accusations. She stated that it was her colleague who used her computer system to forge the documents.
The saleswoman is now facing forgery, theft and embezzlement charges, and is detained for her crime.
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