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Old 04-23-2018, 02:19 PM   #281
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and if i ignore them can they put me in a jail for not paying my outstanding balance? i am so afraid what is the next ste to di.. i compromised also to one agent to pay them monthly like 500 dirhams but i dont know if i can do that because my salary is not enough since i have now a baby also please help what is the best way to resolve my issue.. do i really need to ignore them and let them file a case to me and i can pay fine only? and after that everything is cleared? do i have an issue in imigration if i go home for vacation if i didnt settled with them as soon as possible like what the agent always telling to me saying nasty words as well and all are treating me and harassing even at my work place
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Old 04-24-2018, 04:48 PM   #282
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Thank you for the response! Im just scared because im here kn UA now and maybe they will file a police case to me and if i go home on december they will catch me in the Airport what shoild i do? i reaally dont know, i wanted to pay them but 42,000 is too much i am just afraid maybe one day suddenly the police will catch me wnd now they always calling me in my mobile also at my work to settle my loan to them please let me know what i should do my salary now is very low unlike when i was in my previous company and i am only 3 months came back here in UAE please let me know how to settle my account thank you so much
Email us af contact@uaedebtsolutions.com and will advise in detail, how can this be closed without any payment to the bank.
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Hello good day can anyone help me lighten up my mind. I have debt 42k in uae 6 mos ago and i am now in my home country in phil. Maybe its too early to recieved and calls from any collector or dib bank. My questions is

They can catch me if iam working outside gcc or if i go back in immigration in phil?
Can i travel outside phil. Without being caught if i get a lost passport?
They can reach me through fb even if i am private account? Pls help me guys i really dont know what to do
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Old 05-15-2018, 02:35 PM   #284
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Hello good day can anyone help me lighten up my mind. I have debt 42k in uae 6 mos ago and i am now in my home country in phil. Maybe its too early to recieved and calls from any collector or dib bank. My questions is

They can catch me if iam working outside gcc or if i go back in immigration in phil?
Can i travel outside phil. Without being caught if i get a lost passport?
They can reach me through fb even if i am private account? Pls help me guys i really dont know what to do
You can travel to any country other then the ones in the GCC- UAE. The banks will sell your debt to local collection agencies in your country and they will try to find you through fb and other social accounts so have it as much as private you can. The local collection agencies will also get to your barangay captain to get details about your residence to get there and threaten you but legally they cannot do anything to claim the amount from you. They would try to harass you as much as possible for which you should not react at all and they will gradually reduce approaching you.
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:35 PM   #285
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You can travel to any country other then the ones in the GCC- UAE. The banks will sell your debt to local collection agencies in your country and they will try to find you through fb and other social accounts so have it as much as private you can. The local collection agencies will also get to your barangay captain to get details about your residence to get there and threaten you but legally they cannot do anything to claim the amount from you. They would try to harass you as much as possible for which you should not react at all and they will gradually reduce approaching you.
Thank you for your reply dontyouworry. Because i am planning to get a lost passport then apply to other country outside gcc. That why i am really bothered if i cannot travel outside the phil. I am really expecting they will come here in the house soon. I will just not entertain them. Maybe if i will fly outside the phil they will ruin the life of my loveones here in the phil. Shocks it really hurt because i didnt intend this situation to happen for some reason and emergencies i cannot give them back the money. But them ihave a plan to give what i owe. Sadly i am jobless now. Is this posible if i will tell if ever to my interview going to korea that i am a 1st timer and they cannot know that i am lying?if they will conduct or search criminal records in other country
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Electronic Bail Instead of Passport in Dubai

Gulf News-Dubai: A newly launched smart initiative by Dubai Police in Jabel Ali Police Station enables the suspects involved in certain misdemeanors to keep their passports in their control and not have them seized by prosecutors.

Suspects, who involve in particular offenses, can start obtaining an electronic bail without having to keep their passports or those of their guarantors in the possession of the Dubai Public Prosecution as per the ‘Smart Bail’ initiative, Prosecutor General Ali Humaid Bin Khatem told Gulf News on Monday.

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The service applies on suspects involved in misdemeanor cases of crimes such as bounce cheques, cursing/insulting, breach of trust, drinking alcohol, assault and petit embezzlement and thefts and other minor offences.

As per the smart bail, the suspects will not be asked to give up their passport but they will not be allowed to leave the UAE. This initiative acts as an ‘electronic guarantee’ that the suspect attends the prosecution’s investigation or the trial.
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A new one-day court initiative launched in Abu Dhabi on Sunday to speed up the judicial process and ensure straightforward cases are dealt with as quickly as possible.
The one-day court began as a pilot last April and has already ruled on 2,443 criminal and misdemeanor cases, 65 labour cases and 205 civil and personal disputes.
A specialised judge in each Abu Dhabi court will now receive one-day court cases allocated by the public prosecution. In Al Ain and the Western Region, all judges are able to rule on cases that have been classified as one-day court material during regular hearings.
Eligible cases range from tourist offences to cross dressing, fights and civil disputes to traffic offences. It was also cover inheritance, delivering a child to his or her custodian, lifting a travel ban, municipality offences, immigration violations, bounced cheques and illegal alcohol consumption and possession.
Head of judicial inspection at the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, Ali Al Shaer, said the trial period allowed the department to test the efficiency of the project and refine the rules.

A major challenge, he said, was with civil cases because they cannot be processed until the other side has been served, or notified.
"Once he or she is served, even if they don't attend we can proceed with the case. But if they have not been served, the ruling would be invalid."
Mohammed Al Shibli, head of the prosecutions department at ADJD, said it is essential that the judicial process for certain types of cases is sped up and hence that they are referred to the one-day court.
An important example, he said, is for cases involving tourists: "The tourist stays in the country for a limited period of time, and therefore it is important to resolve their cases quickly."
The new one-day court also aims to reduce the effort and money spent on imprisoning defendants in straightforward cases – cases where all the necessary factors, evidence and details are ready to be presented and that don't require further investigations or expert reports.
"Imprisoning defendants in such cases for a long time [while they await trial] is an unnecessary financial and security burden," Mr Al Shibli said.

ADJD, said labour courts heard 9,828 minor cases – claims for amounts that are less than Dh500,000 – last year. This year, he expects between 2,000 and 3,000 of them to be heard at the one-day court.
The ADJD initiative follows a similar move by RAK courts last February, which introduced the country’s first one-day courts handling civil and commercial cases that involve claims of up to Dh20,000.
Dubai courts followed a month later by introducing the one-day misdemeanor court, with one judge settling 6,000 cases in just over seven weeks.
Mr Al Shibli said Abu Dhabi's initiative is, however, more inclusive because it is in the form of a “one-day judicial system” and is not limited to specific courts or cases.
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:35 PM   #288
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How long are they usually emailling for threat and Interpol. I had some credit card lone in uae but left and try to settle in my country,Thailand. They send me email and i ignore. They copy it to my girlfriend email and I do not want that. What should i do?
How they got your gf mail id???
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