I’ve pending loan in UAE , Due to lose of my last JOB I’had to exit UAE , Now am a student in UK university and doing part time job in company here and I’m a Indian national.
Now my problem is bank has chased since then i left UAE and stayed back in my country for few months and threaten me to pay them back all the due’s , but some how I’ve got chance to move away from back-home(india) for doing study in UK. now the problem banks got all my information of work and they started contacting my office and threatening me to pay them back in one shot. I’m ready to pay them back slowly as EMI, but they are not listening me , as they wanted me to settle down in one shot.
They threaten me saying that they going to file case in Interpol , any time soon and after they stopped contacting me for morethan a month now, how will i know will they already did filed case in Interpol ?. I’m scared because i’m going to travel coming week to india for my sister wedding , if they did something like that I will have to end my life.
Please let me know what all the possibilties is there to know about the case against to me in Interpol … please i really need your help.”
I can appreciate your questions and concerns, but I have a few questions of my own in order to be able to assist you.
When you state “pending debt” I assume you are making reference to loans you will no longer be able to repay??
How long have you been in the UK and outside of UAE?
You mention you lost your job in UAE, how did you afford the cost to move to the UK, and the cost associated with going to school here in the UK? And the costs of a student Visa?
What office are they contacting you for repayment? How much are you earning working part-time?
If you working part-time, how are you living, rent, food, school, etc??
I cannot “help” you, but can advise that is if you have left debts behind in UAE then yes, you may wish to contact the local police to make sure no warrants are outstanding against you. If so, then returning to the UAE is not a wise move. As for any cases filed in “Interpol” you can contact them, but to my knowledge this is doubtful unless you have committed a criminal offence.
Get back to me and we will look at this in more detail.
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