There is an area of the UAEs legislation, indeed the legislation of the world the operates close to the edge. Essentially it is immoral, and illegal, but it sits under a framework that is not really governed by anyone else. This is the Internet, and if exploited in the right way, it can be used to build on the lure of the name of Dubai. The promise of Dubai and what it can give to those from all over the world is temptation enough for some people to think in illogical ways. And there are those that captalise on these poor souls. It is a sorry state of affairs, and while it is not governed by Dubai, it continues to ruin Dubai's name in the new world. I have highlighted it before, the press have highlighted it, and now it is getting further prominence. The authorities really need to clamp down on companies such as these. If I were in a position of authority, perhaps in the Ministry of Labour, I would seriously think long and hard about allowing companies to ruin the reputation of Dubai by playing on the job industry, and duping innocent people. The long term reputation of Dubai cold be damaged. The evidence is here and it is plain to see. If the UAE turn a blind eye to something like this, what else do they turn a blind eye to? The evidence is listed. It is just a matter of whether it is enacted on.