The Ministry of Public Security has announced that recently fraudulent activities to appropriate property have become more complicated and sophisticated, especially frauds on the cyber space.
Police have raided an online foreign exchange investment company for allegedly appropriating property of hundreds of thousands of participants.
Officials from the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) and the Ministry of Public Security have warned that investment in foreign exchange (forex) trading floors is extremely risky and not protected by the country's law.
Recent cases of fraud to misappropriate people’s property have caused public concern in sectors including finance, banking, real estate, multi-level trading and e-commerce, with cyber fraud in particular on the rise.
Truong Quynh Mai was terrified when she received a phone call saying she had been a victim of fraud in Ha Noi and needed to go to the local police station.
Vietnam Customs has reaffirmed it only handles procedures for exporting medical face masks with the State’s permission.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested that breakthroughs be made in 2020 in the fight against crime, smuggling and trade fraud at a national conference on January 2.
Deputy Head of the Hanoi Party Committee’s Commission for Culture and Ideology Pham Thanh Hoc yesterday said that the case that medical workers of Saint Paul Hospital cut HIV and hepatitis B testing strips in half for trial is very serious.
A number of foreign-invested firms have falsely labeled their products as originating from Vietnam to avoid trade safeguard instruments amid the US-China trade war.
The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) has proposed freezing the accounts of those suspected of committing the fraud.
The Anti-Smuggling and Investigation Department has called on the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry to strengthen management over the issuance of certificates of origin to curb fraud.
Police in Ho Chi Minh City on September 18 arrested chairman and director of Alibaba real estate company for fraud.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has instructed localities hit by African swine fever (ASF) to detect whether there has been fraud designed to take advantage of the Government's financial support for farmers