In light of recent widely reported cases of banking fraud related to automatic teller machine (ATM) transactions, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has advised the public to remain calm and adhere to banks’ regulations, while urging the banks to plug security holes.
Australian police have smashed a massive fraud syndicate and seized planes, guns, and luxury cars, they said Thursday (May 18), with a top-ranking tax official and his son embroiled in the scam.
Following recent complaints that several banks in Việt Nam have stopped providing ATM services at night, the State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) has ordered all banks nationwide to provide ATM services 24/7.
Tourism experts have long identified “zero dollar tours” as a serious threat to a country’s tourism industry, even as a form of fraud that must be stopped to protect Chinese tourists and local companies.
The Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Việt Nam (Vietcombank) on Saturday announced on its website that the bank would revise its plan to apply new online banking security regulations.
Lawyers and other legal experts have called for more detailed, specific provisions in tackling crime, especially those that are committed against children.
The Communist Party of Việt Nam Central Committee (CPVCC) opened its fifth plenary meeting of the 12th tenure in Hà Nội today.
A strategy is being developed to promote domestic trade by 2025 with a vision to 2035.
Hà Nội People’s Procuracy plans to charge a director of two companies for fraudulent appropriation of assets, under suspicion of appropriating billions of Vietnamese đồng from those desiring to work overseas.
Viet Nam lacks the legal wherewithal to deal comprehensively with dubious multilevel marketing companies operating in the country, officials say.