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Calling on Shayne Nelson, CEO of Emirates NBD to stop using or threatening to use Interpol as debt c

We call on Shayne Nelson and other CEO's to stop using Interpol as a negotiation tactic to recover debts. While debt is treated criminally in the UAE, it is not a reportable crime to Interpol. Manipulating the case to make it appear as fraud for the purposes of an Interpol report is a gross abuse of the Interpol organisation. Most people who have defaulted on their loans and mortgages experienced unpredictable circumstances such as loss of employment, illness, loss of business or have been the victims of fraud themselves. There are countless foreigners who return to their home countries and in good faith, wish to resolve their debts with institutions. Banks would benefit more from being a

UAE initiated extradition requests in Spain & Abroad

The UAE has drawn foreigners to its shores for a number of years, attracted to the well marketed allure of a glamorous, affluent lifestyle with unmatched business opportunities. While some foreigners have enjoyed a genuinely positive experience, others have suffered judicial abuses and continue to fight the UAE from abroad for their global freedom. The most common examples of judicial abuse include inaccurate or false accusations from business partners, employers or commercial companies for crimes such as fraud or breach of trust. Where financial institutions are involved, mortgage and loan defaults have been inappropriately escalated to intentional fraud. Even rental car companies and ot

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