Abu Dhabi police, in cooperation with the police in Sharjah and Adman, have seized three gangs of 25 "Asian" people who use telephone fraud to inflict their victims and seize their savings and bank balances fraudulently.
Deputy Director of Criminal Security at Abu Dhabi Police Brigadier General Muslim Mohammed Al Ameri said police are on the lookout for anyone who has committed to harming public security and seizing people's money through fraud and fraud and will prosecute these criminal gangs wherever they are in order to receive the deterrent punishment they deserve under the law.
He expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Sharjah General Staff and Ajman Police Headquarters for their efforts and cooperation with Abu Dhabi police who contributed to the arrest of the three criminal gangs and to stop their evil and hurt them.
Brigadier General Omran Ahmed Al Mazruway, director of the Abu Dhabi Police Criminal Investigation Unit, warned members of the community not to fall prey to these criminal gangs when opening their bank accounts and credit card numbers through the illusion that their accounts or bank cards are blocked or frozen to seize their money. The response to these fraudulent messages and not opening bank accounts and personal data or sharing them with anyone should be kept confidential.
He said banks did not want to update their bank details over the phone, urging bank customers not to be misled by these communications and fake messages, and go to the nearest bank branch and update the data only through customer service staff at the headquarters of the bank.
He said there were several recent reports of victims stating that they had been subjected to fraud and phone fraud, through the illusions of gang members that their bank accounts were frozen or their bank cards were blocked, and that they should update their information where they want information about these accounts and credit cards and use that information. By pulling their assets and stealing them.
He indicated that the three gangs were arrested separately in cooperation with the police in Sharjah and Adman, stating that the first and second gang, numbering 14, were arrested in the Sharjah Eriat, while the third gang, consisting of 11 people, was arrested in Ajman Emirate, i.e. Their homes used pits to carry out their criminal activity.
He indicated that the possession of the three criminal gangs had seized a number of cell phones and SIM cards that had been used for fraud and fraud.
He urged the public in the case of the monument to go to the nearest police station and also to avoid answering fraudulent calls, as well as the speed of filing messages received from anonymous, asking them to update their bank statements, communicate with the office of Oman.