Forgery Charges in Kuwait Telecommunications Swindle Case

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KUWAIT CITY, May 6: Detectives have started the search for an unidentified individual who implicated a citizen in contracts with a telecommunications company, resulting in debts totaling over KD1,883, reports Al-Anba daily. Details of Misdemeanor Case No. 5/2024 revealed that the citizen — Ali Sabah Al-Salem who was born in 1997 reported that he was swindled through two subscription contracts with a telecommunications company. The contracts were made using his civil identification and bank cards with a forged signature, leading to the acquisition of an iPhone Pro Max, a Sony PlayStation, an Apple Watch and a router on Dec 16, 2019 at the company’s branch in Ali Sabah Al- Salem suburb. The citizen explained that he lost his wallet and obtained a loss certificate, which confirmed he was out of the country on the date of signing the contracts. The contracts, which the citizen had no involvement in, led to debts totaling KD1,883.618; while the individual who forged the signature in both contracts and an employee of the telecommunications company have been charged with forgery. The employee responsible for issuing the contracts was summoned for questioning, during which he admitted to being the one who completed the transactions.

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