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Dubai Police investigates a fraud operation against 60 Arab youths
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Announcing vacancies, with attractive salaries, without qualifications, and imaginary promises, that was the beginning of trapping 60 Arab youths in a swindler

60 young Arabs fell victim to a fraud operation, for a person of the same nationality, after he deceived them and promised them appointment with attractive salaries, asking them for money in exchange for obtaining residency visas, through his company that he established for this purpose to target the holders of tourist visas who are looking for a job, as he began to delay the appointment After collecting money from his victims and then fleeing outside the country, leaving the victims and their money running out, they had no choice but to resort to the law.

Major General Ali Ghanem, director of the Al Muraqqabat Police Station, confirmed that 60 young Arabs had received reports after they paid sums of money ranging from 1,800 to 3,000 dirhams each to a company in the Deira area working in the field of security escorts. After posting an advertisement for vacancies on one of the websites, they are private security guards and supervisors.

Major General Ali Ghanem said that a group of young Arabs went last week to the Al Muraqqabat police station to report that they had been exposed to a fraud and were unable to review the company after they were surprised that it was closed. Only a few months, and the licensing procedures for the announced activity were not completed, and the company was immediately moved to the company’s headquarters, and a summons was issued to its owner, who holds the same nationality as the victims, and it was found that he left the country 3 days before submitting the reports.