UAE Public Prosecution instructions to protect against fake car sales accounts
Hours ago, new instructions were issued by the Public Prosecution to protect against fictitious accounts for the sale of cars and financial fraud when buying cars in the Emirates, and warned buyers not to pay any money before transferring ownership of the car.
Fake car dealership accounts take buyers' money
Instructions from the Public Prosecution to against the creation of phony accounts for the selling of automobiles,The Public Prosecution just a few hours ago published new instructions to defend against fictitious accounts for the sale of automobiles and financial fraud when buying cars in the Emirates, and they cautioned customers not to pay any money before transferring ownership of the car. These new instructions were provided to guard against fictitious accounts for the sale of cars in the Emirates.
False accounts used to sell automobiles and steal the customers' money.
The Judicial Department of Abu Dhabi issued a warning to users of websites that specialize in the sale and purchase of automobiles, alerting community members to the danger of buying vehicles through untrustworthy websites and urging for caution against falling into the trap of electronic fraud. The warning was issued to users of websites that specialize in the sale and purchase of cars.
The Public Prosecution warns against paying money before transferring ownership
The Public Prosecution strongly advises against making any financial transactions prior to transferring ownership, Newspapers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) explained that dozens of cases had been brought by citizens and residents against con artists who had sold them bogus automobiles or taken the money for the automobile but avoided transferring ownership. In these cases, the plaintiffs had been successful in obtaining judgements.
Warning the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department against buying cars from fraudulent websites
Warning to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department on the dangers of purchasing automobiles from shady websites, In an educational video published by the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department on its official platforms, the head of the Bani Yas College Prosecution, Al-Amer Al-Amiri, provided the following information in greater detail: "With the increase in reports received by the Public Prosecution regarding electronic fraud reports when purchasing vehicles through the trap of fake advertisements on social media platforms and fake websites." The Public Prosecution urges every member of society to confirm the veracity of the communication accounts and websites that are dealt with before completing the purchase process, and to not be satisfied with the advertisement and the published pictures. The identity of the seller must be confirmed, and the money must not be handed over to him until after he has fulfilled all of his obligations to transfer ownership of the vehicle and register it with the licensing authority. The Public Prosecution calls on all members of society to verify the validity of the communication accounts and websites that are worried about"