Preliminary inspection results of the Information and Communications Ministry reveal that there are still cases of one mobile subscriber being allowed to register for SIM cards in various provinces in a short time.
The HCMC Department of Public Security yesterday released a notice to the public about the latest trick of using face recognition technology to open a bank account, e-wallet under the victim’s name to scam others.
Many mobile phone users have lately received messages with a link to a fake bank or e-payment website. This is one popular trick to steal sensitive information of bank customers to appropriate the money in their bank accounts.
Vietnam Railways has just delivered detailed instruction for train ticket buyers to check the validity of their bought items to avoid fake ones when tickets for routes of the upcoming Tet holiday are scarce.
The weather in Ho Chi Minh City is changed rapidly and unexpectedly between intense heat waves and sudden rain. This has led to an increase in the number of people catching seasonal influenza with mild or severe symptoms.
The Criminal Police Department (C02 – under the Public Security Ministry) yesterday released a warning that citizens not let their citizen ID card, bank account borrowed, rented, bought, or pictured by strangers without a valid purpose.
Functional agencies lately have warned citizens of criminals impersonating operators of major network carriers to take control of subscribers’ SIM via fake troubleshooting calls, and then illegally sign in bank accounts to steal money.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has just released a circular on determining enrolment quota for doctoral, master, bachelor degrees as well as college degree in preschool education (Circular No.3). The fact that universities are now allowed to be autonomous in deciding this quota, with corresponding responsibility, has raised much concern among experts in the field.