• O.G. Wright

10 Pakistanis In Dubai Steals Dh6-M From UAE Bank Using Codes Given By Bank’s Employee

Updated: Aug 14, 2018

A total of 10 Pakistanis in the UAE have connived to steal Dh6 million in a local bank in Abu Dhabi using an electronic transfer code given by an employee in the same bank.

The case is being heard by the Abu Dhabi Criminal Court.

The authorities found out that in order to defraud a local bank, they used codes and programs using two devices called e-trader, reported by Khaleej Times.

The squad was arrested by the authorities. An employee of the bank was behind the financial fraud.

“They allegedly use the e-trade devices to make it appear like the banks has paid off the shops with the money deducted from the customer’s accounts after making purchases, but instead they transferred the cash to a bank account in an Asian country,” the report read.

The mob denied the charges against them and the trial will be adjourned until September.

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