1 unpaid loans left in uae on Sun Jan 20, 2013 11:03 am
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1) Collect from debtor
2) If unable to collect, deposit security checks.
3) If security check not good, file a claim with the insurance
Problem here is sa number 2. If the security check bounces, criminal liability na yan... the banks may report it to the authorities. Even if the banks were able to collect from the insurance, the act of issuing checks that will eventually bounce due to insufficient funds is still an offense.
You may be arrested if you go to any GCC member country.
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9 Re: unpaid loans left in uae on Wed Jan 23, 2013 1:42 pm
Also, please read and understand first before accusing me of giving false advice: "You MAY be arrested if you go to any GCC member country." It is a precaution and not a certainty.
Google is your best friend.. so i would suggest you do some research and make your conclusions from there. Experiencing it once will not make you an expert. It could be a fluke in the system... but we will never know.
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erollin wrote:wow.. really helpful.. thank u. anyway,i understand if ever i will be given a visa, it is safe for me to travel in oman? how i wish, so that i can pay all my obligations left in uae. thank u so much!
Be careful paying them directly from Oman Bank accounts. ensure you pay them using your Philippines account to avoid them controlling your situation in Oman or contacting your bank, if that happens you cannot take any loans in Oman.
20 Re: unpaid loans left in uae on Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:21 pm
21 Re: unpaid loans left in uae on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:40 pm
Who is this someone? Kabayan ba or other nationality? perhaps he/she work with Standard Charter and is just being nosey and bragging he/she can follow up your debts. there are lots of pakialamero! you know? more than 12 years! bank insurance records does not last that long to keep if the payment is inactive, unless the payment is active like on going payment for loans.
gary0424 wrote:how about my case,i left Qatar 12 years ago during Sept.11 and didnt comeback.I left with maybe almost QR10,000 loan at Standard Charter.Late last year someone went to my family back in the Philippines and harassing them to tell me to speak to them or else they will ask the Canadian Immigration to deport me or i will be in jail,which is sound silly.Liable pa ba ako sa utang ko kahit 12 years ago na?
22 Re: unpaid loans left in uae on Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:08 am
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