Worked in KSA 2017-2018. Took a loan. Final exit successful. Haven’t been able to pay. Now they are threatening Interpol. It seems the debt was sold off to Bilkish. I’ve got emails from Bilkish, tahseel, and sabb. I am currently working in Korea for another few months and am terrified about clearing customs. I’ve read ksa often files debt as fraud and files a red notice.
I am currently working in Korea for another few months and am terrified about clearing customs. I’ve read ksa often files debt as fraud and files a red notice. If they have sold the debt to a collection company, can they go after me as the bank?
To address your first concern, Interpol does not get involved in Civil or matters of debt. They deal with International Crime.
They are the International Crime Police Organization…as per their own web site.
While being in debt in some few countries is considered a crime, Interpol does not get involved. That is just a threat. And a harsh and sad one at that.
The legalities of going from KSA/Saudi Arabia, to Korea, and so many other questions, are legal and Visa issues. We cannot advise on these. And where are you from, what Nationality, and where will you end up residing?
What is your home country?
If you are working, why is it you cannot pay the loan?
These answers will help me advise you.
Should the loan have a Non-Jurisdictional Clause, and is assigned or sold to a collection firm in any country, they yes, it can be collected in that country. But it must be collected in accord with that country’s laws and rules for debts. Which can vary, and also vary in the harshness they can be collected.
I cannot advice on clearing Customs as the world is changing, and I do not know where you are looking to go after Korea?? Debts in themselves are not an issue, and neither is Interpol. Today it is more about Covid tests, and having the vaccines.
Get back to me and we can look more into this.