MUSCAT, Oman, An Arab national has been arrested, for credit card fraud worth RO 1.27 million (USD 3.30 million).

A Royal Oman Police (ROP) official said, a team from the Directorate General of Criminal Investigations, arrested the Arab national, on charges of using forged credit cards, in violation of the Law on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing.

The accused managed the banking operations of a company. He used forged credit cards to withdraw cash. The value of illegal transactions touched RO 1.27 million (USD 3.30 million), the official said.

The accused has been referred to the judicial authorities to complete the investigation.

Source: Nam News Network