Pakistani citizen flees back to Dubai by looting millions of dirhams
The accused extracted all the money by making two credit cards from a bank with fake documents and then disappeared.
Dubai (November 2019) A Pakistani citizen based in Dubai has cracked a million dirhams from a local bank and fled back to Pakistan after the incident. A 37-year-old Pakistani has been booked by Dubai police. It was reported by the police that the accused submitted fake documents to the local bank and then withdrew more than one lakh dirhams from the two credit cards found there.
The accused is being tried in a local court for fraud and forgery in his absence. The accused had modified his residence visa to harass the bank, and had also misrepresented his department and place of employment.
He even made fake certificates to show off his brilliant salary.
He did this so cleverly that the bank staff did not suspect him at any point. As soon as he got the credit cards he pulled out all the money and then disappeared so that he could not find the clue. A report of this fraud was lodged in the Alfa police station. The bank’s Lebanese manager said the suspect came to the customer service section of his branch and submitted documents for obtaining credit cards, which included a pay certificate and a passport copy, but later found out that he had a visa on a passport. The fake seal of
When the suspect’s company was contacted after the documents disappeared, he said no one with that name had ever been employed by them. And the celebrity certificate presented in the company name is fake too. According to police, the accused has returned home from Dubai.