A 30-year-old Arab employee posted an ad on Facebook, impersonating a UAE national, claiming his ability to obtain labour and visit visas and residency cards in return for money.
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 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 27-year-old man from a GCC country has been referred to the Criminal Court over robbery of Dhs642,000 from an African employee in complicity with others after introducing themselves as cops. They further seized mobile phones of the persons who existed in the scene.
An Asian employee and a GCC businessman signed a deal with a company for the sale of 311 heavy equipment worth Dhs12 million, using a forged commercial licence issued by a government agency, and two cheques drawn on a bank, of whose value they did not pay.
The Dubai Public Prosecution has referred an Arab PRO, 43, for trial on two charges, which are forging 26 commercial licences of a catering company that owns a restaurant chain, and the misdemeanour of corruption.
A six-member Asian gang specialised in falsifying and using documents, obtained a SIM card, to seize $1.7 million, which is about Dhs6.2 million from three bank accounts belonging to a businesswoman.
A Gulf employee, 41, working in a telecommunications company, abused his powers and seized 224,295 mobile phone recharge cards worth around Dhs14 million.
Dubai Police have recently arrested an African gang of nine fraudsters specialised in a cyber scam after they had run 81 fake businesses across 18 countries around the world.