UAE decides to fine a man DH20,000 for verifying his social media account

UAE has made the decision to impose a DH20,000 punishment on a guy for authenticating his social media account.

A man was fined DH20,000 for committing a social media scam involving 'Account Verification'

Due to the fact that he had requested Dh61,750 in order to'verify' the account of another social media user, the individual has been forced to repay the sum and has been fined.

UAE decides to fine a man DH20,000 for verifying his social media

The victim filed a complaint against the accused, requesting that the sum be returned to them as well as ten thousand dirhams in damages for both moral and material harm. The accused was then forced to refund the whole sum, and a fine of Dh5,000 was issued by the Abu Dhabi Civil Family Court.

There was a delay in the defendant's return of the given money. In light of this, a criminal complaint was brought against him. After then, the court of criminal prosecution requested that the defendant pay a fine of Dh20,000 and refund the sum of Dh61,750 it had previously received.

Additionally, the court stated that it was the plaintiff's duty to refund the sum that was first awarded to them.

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