Crimes Directorate Issues Warning

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The Anti-Economic Crimes Directorate, under the purview of the General Directorate of Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security, has issued a cautionary alert to both citizens and residents regarding fraudulent activities orchestrated by individuals residing abroad. These individuals are engaging in deceptive operations by disseminating misleading advertisements on social media platforms through fake accounts. These advertisements claim to offer a range of services, including the supply of domestic workers or the sale of water bottles.
The perpetrators behind these scams then employ various tactics to deceive victims, urging them to make payments through provided links, ultimately leading to the theft of their bank account information.
The directorate has strongly urged the public not to respond to such calls and refrain from disclosing personal or banking details over the phone or through any other means. Instead, individuals who have fallen victim to such schemes are encouraged to report their cases promptly through the designated hotline at 992. This proactive measure will enable necessary actions to be taken to address and mitigate the impact of these fraudulent activities

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