The Arab Council of Touring and Automobile Clubs (Actac) is set to launch a major effort to counter the problem of mileage fraud which affects up to 40 per cent of used cars and costs consumers in the region billions of dollars each year.
At least 174 credit and debit card holders in Bahrain have become victims of high-tech ATM fraud.
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) confirmed that people's details and money had been stolen, but described the theft as a 'l
A Briton being held in Dubai, UAE, on suspicion of fraud, embezzlement and money laundering has lodged another counterclaim against his Bahrain-based accusers.
Last week, the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication,
One of Tamkeen's flagship programmes, which has undergone a complete overhaul in a bid to cut down on fraud and abuse, will be relaunched at the end of this month in Bahrain.
The Enterprise Development Support (EDS) scheme was
Barclays is launching a finger scanner for corporate clients and will roll out voice recognition for millions of retail clients next year as it steps up use of biometric recognition technology to combat banking fraud.
An international manhunt could be launched to locate an Iraqi man, who fled Bahrain after allegedly conning a Bahraini woman out of BD266,000 ($701,000), a report said.
A police complaint has been launched by Maza Sa'ad, who c
A new fraud prevention department for Tamkeen will be launched next month in a bid to safeguard its multimillion dinar budget.
The semi-autonomous labour fund, which opened its newest office in Enma Mall, Riffa yesterday (August 1
The Dubai Police have arrested 180 suspects for financial fraud in the first five months of the year, said a report.
About Dh609 million ($165.7 million) worth scams involved money-doubling fraud by ‘sorc
Three Chinese men are allegedly at the centre of a major credit card fraud racket in Bahrain.
They allegedly stole private details of bank customers, who withdrew cash from ATM machines across Bahrain, and uplo
The Abu Dhabi Police have arrested a salesman for shopping on the Internet using credit card numbers belonging to the customers of his shop.
The person is accused of memorising the numbers and using them to go on a shopping spree