The Report Bounced Cheque page on the Dubai Police app.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – A new online service has been launched in Dubai to allow people to report bounced cheque cases.
The new e-service is available on the Dubai Police app.
Customers can click on the Report Bounced Cheque icon or type Report Bounced Cheque on the search field, fill in the application and sign it digitally using their UAE Pass.
Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, director of the General Department of AI at Dubai Police, said the new service cuts the need for complainants to physically file a complaint at police stations.
1.Download Dubai Police app
2.Click on “Report Bounced Cheques”
3.Fill in your details: Emirates ID, email address
4. Fill in cheque details: bank name, account number, cheque number
5.Choose a police station
6.Upload copy of Emirates ID
7.Click on Submit button
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