Commenting on what is circulating on social media sites about a gang involved in defrauding an elderly in Al Dhaid area, the Sharjah Police General Directorate affirmed no incidents were reported to any of the police stations affiliated to the Central Region Police Department.
An Arab employee, 61, stole 142 cheques from the school he used to work for.
The school owner told the police that the suspect, who worked as head of the public relations section, stole 142 cheques from a school office while he was on duty.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Arab salesman, 24, working in a store for selling jewellery to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of stealing around Dhs65,000 in several currencies from his place of work.
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.
Defendants faced charges of forming and forging documents to embezzle $1.7 million or Dhs6.2 million from bank accounts belonging to a businesswoman, who was a customer of a UAE bank.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Thursday sentenced two out of 11 defendants to 10 years in jail for one of them and 7 years to the other to be followed by deportation on charges of fraud and stealing Dhs27 million.
Official records indicate that the suspect exploited the power granted to him and began to overcharging flight tickets, and charging extra fees for delayed and upgraded flights.
The Dubai Criminal Court, Sunday, ordered stay of execution against four Gulf citizens and fined them Dhs696,000 after they were charged with forging and facilitating the issuance of 1069 distinguished numbers from a telecommunications company. It helped them embezzle Dhs28 million.
Five Asians formed a gang specialised in using identity cards for people residing in the country, some of them expired, to extract SIM cards in the name of others and then sell them.
CBUAE cautioned consumers saying that it would never ask consumers about private information — such as personal and bank account information. It warned consumers to be alert and aware of malicious phone calls and WhatsApp messages claiming to be from CBUAE.