Warning of a fine of 50 thousand dirhams in the UAE due to some phone calls
The Dubai Land Department has issued a warning against annoying phone calls in the Emirates, which fines the owner 50,000 dirhams, as complaints have recently increased regarding annoying phone calls to market real estate.
The owner of a phone call that is detected in the United Arab Emirates will be subject to a fine of fifty thousand dirhams.
The Dubai Land Department has issued a warning against annoying phone calls in the Emirates, which includes a fine of 50,000 dirhams for the owner. This warning comes as the number of complaints related unpleasant phone calls to market real estate has recently surged among the population.
Dealers complain about “annoying calls” to market real estate over the phone
"Annoying calls" to market real estate over the phone are a source of frustration for real estate dealers, Dealers have voiced their displeasure at the fact that they have been subjected to irritating phone calls from real estate company marketers on multiple occasions within a single day, urging that real estate marketing services be made lawful. For their part, real estate brokers said that presenting and marketing real estate over the phone constitutes an invasion of privacy as well as an insult to the project that is being marketed, and they called for answers to this problem. It is beneficial to both parties. Khadija Al-Balushi, the client, provided the following information in greater detail: "She receives marketing calls from a company that is promoting villas in one of the projects in the new areas in Dubai, just to express her interest in the project." It was confirmed by the investor, Muhammad Allawi, that "he also receives calls on an ongoing basis." Through the efforts of marketers working for a real estate company, with the intention of promoting real estate projects in Dubai.
Punishment for marketing real estate with annoying phone calls in the UAE
Punishment for marketing real estate in the United Arab Emirates through the use of harassing phone calls, Therefore, the Dubai Land Department has confirmed, in a press statement, that marketing real estate over the phone in a manner that disturbs and harms others exposes the owner of the property to a financial fine, which may amount to approximately 50,000 dirhams. This fine is imposed by the Real Estate Regulatory Agency, which is affiliated with the department. For its part, Dubai Land and Property stated that marketing real estate over the phone in a manner that disturbs and harms others exposes the owner of the property to a fine that may amount to approximately fifty thousand dirhams. This fine is imposed through the Real Estate Regulatory Agency, which is affiliated with the aforementioned department.