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The Ministry of Trade and Investment declared the owner of a commercial establishment specialized in foodstuff trade in Al Majmaah Governorate, after a judicial ruling was issued proving that the establishment violated the anti-commercial fraud system and offered expired food items for the purpose of trading where the seized materials were confiscated and destroyed.

A judgment was issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which included imposing a fine on the violator, and defaming him by publishing the ruling in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator.

The Ministry of Trade and Investment confirms its intention to continue to confront violators of the anti-commercial fraud system and complete the application of legal measures against them, given the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the anti-commercial fraud system provides for penalties of up to three years imprisonment, and financial fines of one million riyals or both. And defaming the violator in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deporting the violating workers to their countries, stopping and preventing the practice of commercial activity.

The Ministry invites all consumers to report their complaints to the Ministry’s communications center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial communication”, or through the Ministry’s website on the Internet.
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“Trade” defames the owner of an establishment for displaying expired foodstuffs in the package

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The Ministry of Trade and Investment declared the owner of a commercial establishment specialized in foodstuff trade in Al Majmaah Governorate, after a judicial ruling was issued proving that the establishment violated the anti-commercial fraud system and offered expired food items for the purpose of trading where the seized materials were confiscated and destroyed.

A judgment was issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which included imposing a fine on the violator, and defaming him by publishing the ruling in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator.

The Ministry of Trade and Investment confirms its intention to continue to confront violators of the anti-commercial fraud system and complete the application of legal measures against them, given the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the anti-commercial fraud system provides for penalties of up to three years imprisonment, and financial fines of one million riyals or both. And defaming the violator in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deporting the violating workers to their countries, stopping and preventing the practice of commercial activity.

The Ministry invites all consumers to report their complaints to the Ministry’s communications center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial communication”, or through the Ministry’s website on the Internet.

January 22, 2020 – 27 Jumada I 1441

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The Ministry of Trade and Investment declared the owner of a commercial establishment specialized in foodstuff trade in Al Majmaah Governorate, after a judicial ruling was issued proving that the establishment violated the anti-commercial fraud system and offered expired food items for the purpose of trading where the seized materials were confiscated and destroyed.

A judgment was issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, which included imposing a fine on the violator, and defaming him by publishing the ruling in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator.

The Ministry of Trade and Investment confirms its intention to continue to confront violators of the anti-commercial fraud system and complete the application of legal measures against them, given the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the anti-commercial fraud system provides for penalties of up to three years imprisonment, and financial fines of one million riyals or both. And defaming the violator in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deporting the violating workers to their countries, stopping and preventing the practice of commercial activity.

The Ministry invites all consumers to report their complaints to the Ministry’s communications center on the number 1900, or through the application of a “commercial communication”, or through the Ministry’s website on the Internet.

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