Since England then--and probably still now--had "the most permissive commercial legislation in Europe, if not in the world," the temptations to defraud, embezzle
, and even legally to part fools from their money were beyond the dreams of avarice.
Dubai: A visitor and a clerk have been accused of forging an Emirates ID card that they used to embezzle
around Dh1 million in cash and credit cards from a local bank.
Dubai An executive banker yesterday confessed that he took advantage of his position in a public bank to embezzle
The charges against the defendants ranged from embezzling public funds [DIB's money], deliberately helping others to embezzle
public funds, inflicting intentional loss to the government and its interests, and forging unofficial documents and using them to gain unlawful profits.
He would at other instances tamper with electronic data and increase the revenues on payments by credit cards and decrease the revenues on payments by cash and embezzle
He would at other instances falsify electronic data and increase the revenues on payments by credit cards and decrease the revenues on payments by cash and embezzle
The accused managed to embezzle
the money after tampering with application fee receipts from March to October 2012.
Dubai: An auditor has been accused of abusing his former job at Dubai College to forge cheques and embezzle
was said to have tampered with the electronic receipts of Dubai Customs and used those forged documents to embezzle
the money handed over to him to pay custom fees for importing/exporting cars between May 2012 and April 2014.