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09-18-2018 04:17 PM
Dontyouworry
Re: United Arab Emirates (UAE) credit card debt problem

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07-14-2018 06:39 AM
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01-23-2018 07:26 AM
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Re: United Arab Emirates (UAE) credit card debt problem

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01-22-2018 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Dontyouworry View Post
If you have a case been filed by any banks, you have to close the case and you would be give the certificate and to close the case it takes not much effort depending on the Emirate.
https://m.khaleejtimes.com/nation/dubai//clear-financial-crimes-by-giving-conduct-certificate-in-uae

You can get good conduct certificate if you settle the cheque case
01-22-2018 03:15 PM
Dontyouworry
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Hi
I'd like to know if the one-day court system is valid in Abu Dhabi as well?
All I read is Dubai and Dubai!
Why are the banking rules in every state different?
The rule where credit card defaulter can get things done by just paying a fine applied to Abu Dhabi too?
In Dubai it is called as a One Day Court or a misdemeanor court, Fast Track Court is the name given to a court in Abu Dhabi which is similar to One Day Court.
01-22-2018 03:13 PM
Dontyouworry
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I have some credit card defaults in Dubai and they are going to file a police case.The new law(Conduct certificate for Job) will effect my Job change?.Is it possible to get good conduct certificate from police if I am a credit card/ loan defaulter.
Please help
If you have a case been filed by any banks, you have to close the case and you would be give the certificate and to close the case it takes not much effort depending on the Emirate.
01-22-2018 12:49 PM
sametmesut
Re: United Arab Emirates (UAE) credit card debt problem

Hi
I'd like to know if the one-day court system is valid in Abu Dhabi as well?
All I read is Dubai and Dubai!
Why are the banking rules in every state different?
The rule where credit card defaulter can get things done by just paying a fine applied to Abu Dhabi too?
01-22-2018 06:51 AM
Unregistered I have some credit card defaults in Dubai and they are going to file a police case.The new law(Conduct certificate for Job) will effect my Job change?.Is it possible to get good conduct certificate from police if I am a credit card/ loan defaulter.
Please help
01-21-2018 01:46 PM
Jimmy75 Thank you so much
01-19-2018 05:11 PM
Dontyouworry
Re: United Arab Emirates (UAE) credit card debt problem

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My brother had mashreq bank credit card... outstanding 110K and Actual used 35K.... he wants the settalment with the bank... but bank asking full 110K...

He no more lives in UAE... will not be coming in future but wanted to clear all...

What advice you can give....
Bank will not settle for anything less if you are approaching them. Just do not bother any of their emails and they will come up with a good settlement offer and you can bargain at that point of time if you really want to settle it.
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