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Old 10-31-2018, 10:12 AM   #341
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Hello DontYouWorry,

I exited Dubai in 2017 and left at least 100k worth of debts. I'm quite sure the banks have exercised their rights already and filed their cases against me. But, so far, there hasn't been any attempts of call harassment or personal appearances from any of the collecting agencies the banks are in cahoots with here in my country.

My question, however, is, what other countries UAE has political and legal ties with respect to extradition policies. I have secured a job in some parts of Europe but I am hesitant to pursue it in fear that countries in Europe that have an extradition agreement with UAE might arrest me at the airport.

Please, shed me some of your legal expertise on this dilemma.
Probably the kind of amount you have mentioned will not even get you into any legal problems in any GCC country also, you have assumed way too far which is even next to impossible. Just make sure you avoid the UAE boundaries, no flight transits or layover in the UAE.
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Old 11-06-2018, 01:09 PM   #342
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Hi Good day. I left UAE last 2016 due to family reasons with unpaid Credit card debts. Now, I received an email with these details:
Our client will initiate legal proceedings (CIVIL & CRIMINAL) against you to recover the outstanding & you will be liable to bear all legal fees & Expenses incurred by us. The Bank will exercise its right and initiate legal proceedings by including below:
· Immigration Travel Ban upon legal action,
· Black Listing in Central Bank,
· Legal Proceedings in home country (as per UAE laws).
· Red notice to be issued under INTERPOL.

I'm worried if I will be arrested in the Philippines. Please advice. Thank you in advance.
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Old 11-07-2018, 11:15 AM   #343
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Hi Good day. I left UAE last 2016 due to family reasons with unpaid Credit card debts. Now, I received an email with these details:
Our client will initiate legal proceedings (CIVIL & CRIMINAL) against you to recover the outstanding & you will be liable to bear all legal fees & Expenses incurred by us. The Bank will exercise its right and initiate legal proceedings by including below:
· Immigration Travel Ban upon legal action,
· Black Listing in Central Bank,
· Legal Proceedings in home country (as per UAE laws).
· Red notice to be issued under INTERPOL.

I'm worried if I will be arrested in the Philippines. Please advice. Thank you in advance.
How can it be, legal proceedings in home country as per UAE law? Desperate collection agents. One piece of advise for you not to be bothered please never attempt to access your email
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Old 11-07-2018, 02:07 PM   #344
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Hi Good day. I left UAE last 2016 due to family reasons with unpaid Credit card debts. Now, I received an email with these details:
Our client will initiate legal proceedings (CIVIL & CRIMINAL) against you to recover the outstanding & you will be liable to bear all legal fees & Expenses incurred by us. The Bank will exercise its right and initiate legal proceedings by including below:
· Immigration Travel Ban upon legal action,
· Black Listing in Central Bank,
· Legal Proceedings in home country (as per UAE laws).
· Red notice to be issued under INTERPOL.

I'm worried if I will be arrested in the Philippines. Please advice. Thank you in advance.
Legally the liability you have in the UAE cannot be claimed in your home country as it was all lended to you on basis of the income you had while you were in the UAE. There are no chances of you being arrested in your home country for this.
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Old 11-08-2018, 10:46 AM   #345
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Hello Kind people

In 2009 I left the UAE and a debt of 28000 dhs with ABN Amro. I had never heard from them. Now (2018) I have had a call on behalf of ADCB saying I owe them this amount as they took over ABN and are asking for it. I note at the time i did not supply a security cheque. I have travelled in and out of UAE, latest was in 2016 and had no trouble, and have transited. The collector claims the bank have not yet put a case against me, can they in the event there was no security cheque and typically if i was to make an offer to get rid of it would a bank often consider a very low offer (say 30 pc of the debt) via a collector?
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In 2009 I left the UAE and a debt of 28000 dhs with ABN Amro. I had never heard from them. Now (2018) I have had a call on behalf of ADCB saying I owe them this amount as they took over ABN and are asking for it. I note at the time i did not supply a security cheque. I have travelled in and out of UAE, latest was in 2016 and had no trouble, and have transited. The collector claims the bank have not yet put a case against me, can they in the event there was no security cheque and typically if i was to make an offer to get rid of it would a bank often consider a very low offer (say 30 pc of the debt) via a collector?
if you are willing to pay 30% of it as you said, why don't you deal with the bank directly
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Old 11-11-2018, 10:33 AM   #347
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In 2009 I left the UAE and a debt of 28000 dhs with ABN Amro. I had never heard from them. Now (2018) I have had a call on behalf of ADCB saying I owe them this amount as they took over ABN and are asking for it. I note at the time i did not supply a security cheque. I have travelled in and out of UAE, latest was in 2016 and had no trouble, and have transited. The collector claims the bank have not yet put a case against me, can they in the event there was no security cheque and typically if i was to make an offer to get rid of it would a bank often consider a very low offer (say 30 pc of the debt) via a collector?
If you are sure about not signing them a cheque, the possibilities of you having a case on you now is impossible.
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Old 11-15-2018, 09:57 AM   #348
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hi!need your help guys, been jailed for nonpaying dunia loans and cc. still in dubai and no more police case or travel ban because of dunia's case. now, after 6 yrs my family receive calls from police and lawyer in the philippines and told them i have a warrant of arrest for estafa and ask me to pay them at least 10k dhs asap aside for the monthly settlement. what shoudl i do?this is still regarding my case in dunia when in fact i already served in jail. theyre also saying i might lose my job in dubai once the cops arrested me. what to do? thanks
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hi!need your help guys, been jailed for nonpaying dunia loans and cc. still in dubai and no more police case or travel ban because of dunia's case. now, after 6 yrs my family receive calls from police and lawyer in the philippines and told them i have a warrant of arrest for estafa and ask me to pay them at least 10k dhs asap aside for the monthly settlement. what shoudl i do?this is still regarding my case in dunia when in fact i already served in jail. theyre also saying i might lose my job in dubai once the cops arrested me. what to do? thanks
There is no solution to your problem except to tell your wife to change her number. Or show your certificate that you already served your sentence. Half of my brain believes you are a collection agent.
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hi!need your help guys, been jailed for nonpaying dunia loans and cc. still in dubai and no more police case or travel ban because of dunia's case. now, after 6 yrs my family receive calls from police and lawyer in the philippines and told them i have a warrant of arrest for estafa and ask me to pay them at least 10k dhs asap aside for the monthly settlement. what shoudl i do?this is still regarding my case in dunia when in fact i already served in jail. theyre also saying i might lose my job in dubai once the cops arrested me. what to do? thanks
Inform your family to stop answering calls from them and nothing else can harm.
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