ABU DHABI // Snapchat users in the UAE have taken to social media to voice their anger over the video and voice calling features on the app being blocked by the nation’s telecom operators.Etisalat and du took the action following a Snapchat upgrade last month that included the additional features.yet, so it seems like signing of my application is worth $ 1, 000 USD. Now I’m counting days they have allotted to return back my money.And for sure they will take the ONE THOUSAND US DOLLARS ($ 1, 000) as part of their kindness of helping me to sign the application form.After 5 months I made a follow up and decided to take the refund. I told him (consultant) that it should be their risk and responsibility not the applicant because in the first place they have assessed my application and I was qualified then. Of getting income, just to fool applicants to sign the application and after that ask to cancel the contract so they could TAKE THE $ 1, 000 USD from us?
I was so confident then that they will no longer take my money on that month. I whined and they assured that they will return back everything.Similar action has been taken over other applications – including messenger services such as Whats App and We Chat.The applications use voice over internet protocol (Vo IP) technology to allow users to make calls over the worldwide web.“Many families rely on video chat to see their loved ones," said one Twitter user, after finding out about the restricted access.Perhaps it will serve as my donation on their funeral.
I gave all the requirements needed, including PDCs, and Gov’t Fee.Then last January 2009, they informed me regarding the new policy… I’m no longer eligible for the federal skilled program. And not only that, the new policy has been effectively implemented last November 2008, thus they SHOULD NOT encashed my cheque even for the month of December 2008.