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Trade defames the owner of a facility that sells fake tires

The Ministry of Commerce declared a facility specialized in the trade of tires in the city of Tabuk after a final court ruling was issued condemning the owner of the facility and the responsible worker of Afghan nationality for violating the anti-commercial fraud system and the possession, display and sale of 421 adulterated and expired car tires, which is a violation that requires punishment given the seriousness it poses. the safety of its users.

The ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court of Tabuk, including a fine, closing the violating facility for a month, confiscating and destroying the seized quantities, and defamation by publishing the ruling in two newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The Ministry of Commerce confirms the continued control of violations of the anti-commercial fraud system and the completion of the application of the legal procedures against them, given the consequences of fraud and deception of consumers, as the system provides for penalties of up to three years in prison, fines of up to one million riyals or both, and defamation of violators at their expense. And expelling the violating workers from the Kingdom, while not allowing them to return to work.

The Ministry of Commerce urges all consumers to submit their reports about the violating establishments through the application of the Commercial Notice at the link: https://mci.gov.sa/C-app or through the communications center on the number 1900 or the official website of the Ministry on the Internet.

“Trade” defames the owner of a facility that sells fake tires

The Ministry of Commerce declared a facility specialized in the trade of tires in the city of Tabuk after a final court ruling was issued condemning the owner of the facility and the responsible worker of Afghan nationality for violating the anti-commercial fraud system and the possession, display and sale of 421 adulterated and expired car tires, which is a violation that requires punishment given the seriousness it poses. the safety of its users.

The ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court of Tabuk, including a fine, closing the violating facility for a month, confiscating and destroying the seized quantities, and defamation by publishing the ruling in two newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The Ministry of Commerce confirms the continued control of violations of the anti-commercial fraud system and the completion of the application of the legal procedures against them, given the consequences of fraud and deception of consumers, as the system provides for penalties of up to three years in prison, fines of up to one million riyals or both, and defamation of violators at their expense. And expelling the violating workers from the Kingdom, while not allowing them to return to work.

The Ministry of Commerce urges all consumers to submit their reports about the violating establishments through the application of the Commercial Notice at the link: https://mci.gov.sa/C-app or through the communications center on the number 1900 or the official website of the Ministry on the Internet.