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Muscat: A shop in Seeb has been shut down by the authorities for selling fake goods to unsuspecting customers "The Court of First Instance in Al Seeb recently released sentence against an institution on the charge of trading fake goods, where shop owners were sentenced to a fine of OMR 2,000 and the goods were confiscated and destroyed after seizure," said the Public Authority for Consumer Protection.
One of them would drive the car while the other two would pretend to be passengers before picking up an unsuspecting passenger, said Sharjah Police.
com, managed to convince unsuspecting recipients of emails to transfer money to certain designated bank accounts, the commission said.
The scam seeks to get an unsuspecting reader to reply to the email address dublinjurycourt@dublin.
When the team tried to arrest five individuals from the illegal soft-drink factory, they were assaulted by workers and area residents, creating a situation whereby the factory owners playing with the lives of unsuspecting citizens managed to escape.
An unsuspecting supplier will receive a request for quotation seemingly from the Department of Water and Sanitation asking the supplier for and delivery of items, among others, such as the CORREGA DISKS.
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Leicester, photographing an unsuspecting nude person, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Jan.
A STUDENT secretly filmed up unsuspecting girls' skirts as they shopped.
Now, without warning, parking fines are now being issued to unsuspecting motorists with no warning or advice not to park there.
Summary: Unsuspecting train passengers in Belgium have been caught up in the latest stunt centred around James Bond.
For most, the holidays represent a season of good will and giving, but for these criminals, it's the season to lure in unsuspecting holiday shoppers," Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton said in a statement.