A 29-year-old Asian salesman was apprehended by police and prosecuted on forgery charges, for manipulating with official documents to issue SIM cards under victim’s name in Dubai.
A 25-year-old woman had submitted documents including the forged contract to Amer immigration services in order to get family visa issued under the second defendant’s name.
After auditing the documents submitted by the defendant, employees found out that the contract’s stamps attributed to Sharjah Municipality and SEWA were forged.
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The defendant used the forged documents to open a new company of his own name and steal the victim’s customers after convincing them that the company belongs to the victim.
A 22-year-old African cook was booked and prosecuted by the Dubai Public Prosecution on forgery charges, after he used a fake ID to impersonate another person and receive Dhs2,000 from a Dubai exchange shop.
The Dubai Public Prosecution has referred an Arab partner, 52 years old, to Criminal Court on forgery and scam charges. He had forged a villa contract in order to avoid paying a Dhs400,000 rent to owner.
The incident dates back to last February, when a report was filed by the victim company, stating that the school bus had been stolen and its GPS shows that it is located at a car showroom in Sharjah.
The case dated back to January 2020 when a bank employee discovered that the identity of a customer was forged and the rest of the documents were invalid.