Abu Dhabi Police, in collaboration with Sharjah and Ayman Police, seized three gangs of 25 Asian nationals who use telephone fraud to commit their victims and fraudulently use their savings and bank balances.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and Investigation at the Abu Dhabi Police, three gangs were arrested separately in cooperation with police Sharjah and Ajman, where members of the first and second gangs were arrested in the Sharia Emirate, while a third gang, with 11 people. Arrested in the Ajman Emirate, she owns numerous mobile phones and SIM cards, which have been used to list victims through fraud and fraud.
She warned members of the community not to fall victim to these criminal gangs in revealing their bank accounts and credit card numbers, through the illusion that their accounts or bank cards were blocked or frozen to confiscate their money, noting that they were not responding to these deceptive contacts, and do not disclose bank account information and personal information Or be shared with anyone and must be kept strictly confidential.
She urged the public in the case of the monument to go to the nearest police station and also to avoid false calls and to quickly report any communications received from anonymous asking them to update their bank statements by contacting the Amana toll free number (8002626) or SMS (sms2828).
For his part, Brigadier-General Muslim Mohammed Al Ameri, deputy director of the Abu Dhabi Police Crime Sector, said police were looking for anyone concerned with the security of society and the seizure of people's money by fraud and fraud. He expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the police of Sharjah and Ayman for their cooperation in the arrest of the three criminal gangs.