Vietnam bank scandal in 2016 has once again brought to light the need for tighter rules governing banking sector worldwide. The fictitious ‘bank inspector’ is one type of old scam with a many number of possible variants. The original scheme involved all procedures of claiming to be a bank inspector or coordinator along with claiming that the bank doubts or suspects that any one of its employees is stealing or borrowing money and also that to help to catch the culprit or fraud and dishonest person the bank inspector needs or requires the depositor to withdraw or remove or take away all of his or sometimes her money. At that point of view, the victim or person would be carrying along with him/her a large amount of cash and can be easily targeted or selected for the theft of these funds.
Other possible variants included that claiming or proving to be a prospective or potential business partner along with the opportunity of a lifetime then asking or requesting for access or obtain to cash simply to prove that trust or even claiming or judging to be a new immigrant or new comer who carries away all their money in cash just for the fear that the banks might steal it or take it from them if its told by others also that they keep or retain their money in banks, then they ask the depositors to withdraw or extract it to prove that the bank hasn’t stolen or snatch it.
Impersonation or an act of pretending to be another person just for the purpose of entertainment or fraud among the officials has more recently become a bad way of stealing or taking it away the personal information for use in theft or robbery of identity frauds or also called spam.
Phishing and also Internet fraud which is also known as Internet spam and fraudwhich operates by sending forged constructed e-mail impersonating that pretend to be (another person) just for entertainment or fraud on an online bank and auction or any kind of payment sites; the e-mail property is that it directs the user to a forged or fake web site which is designed to look like the similar login to the legitimate site but which claims easily that the user must have updated personal info. The information’s which was stolen and is used in future for other fraud activities or by using theft idea of identity or onlineauction fraud.
To snoop or enquire now Internet uses a number of malignant or malicious Trojan horse programmers have also been used while online and capturing keystrokes or also confidential data just in order to send it to all outside sites.
Fake websites can trick you into downloading computer viruses procedures that steal or borrow your personal information. Security messages are very well shown that tell you or speaks to you that your computer has viruses and so need to download new software just simply by doing this we are tricked into downloading an actual virus pattern.
According to the indictment or information in the Vietnam bank scandal property tycoon Pham Cong Danh came to a Vietnam bank branch in City’s District to pretend to convert his money.
Firstly they were asked by a female staff named xyz to convert some US dollars money into Vietnamese dong money.After that, he also continued asking to change a USD100 note which has the image of a star placed at the end of series. Then the bank person gave him 48 notes of USD100 each so that he can select the note which was wanted. Taking some advantages of the staff being busy moment or busy schedule, he put 16 of the notes in a bag and then handed over the rest and then quickly left the bank.
The staff person realized the money had been stolen and shouted for lots of help. The culprit or fraud was arrested shortly with the money. As he held some around 85 per cent of VNCB’s stakes when the losses had occurred at that time, Danh was being charged as the main mastermind behind that bank’s widespread fraud or spam. Among the allegations happened Danh faces are illegitimate or illegal contracts to upgrade Vietnam Commercial Bank’s main Core banking system which had actually helped him to withdraw VND 63.2 billion of many investors’ money.