Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, October 6, 2022

Public Prosecution reveals the penalties for Information crime to seize the money of others


The Public Prosecution in Saudi Arabia revealed the penalties  for committing cybercrime for the purpose of seizing the money of others, stating that the penalty of such crime is  3 years imprisonment and a fine of up to 2 million riyals. Join Saudi Expatriates channel on Telegram







The Public Prosecution's official Twitter handle said that as per the Anti-Cybercrime law, every person who commits an information crime by seizing for himself or for others a movable money or a document, or signing this document, by fraud, or by taking a false name or by impersonating an incorrect capacity, shall be punished with the following.

* A fine of up to 2 million riyals.

* Jail term for up to 3 years. Read : Penalties for forging official documents

* Seizure of devices, software or means used in committing the crime and the money obtained from it.





- The Public Prosecution explained that awareness of factious practices involving fraudulent methods by taking a false name and incorrect way to seize the money of others avoids the risks of these criminal activities and the consequences of contributing to them in anyway. Recommend : Penalties for cheating in precious metals




Public Prosecution reveals the penalties for Information crime to seize the money of others - Saudi-Expatriates.com

Public Prosecution reveals the penalties for Information crime to seize the money of others - Saudi-Expatriates.com


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