Viet A Bank's customers seek help as deposits reportedly evaporate The Saigon Times Daily A person holds stacks of Vietnamese banknotes. Two customers of Viet A Bank have sought help as their deposits disappear – PHOTO: THANH HOA HCMC – Two customers of Viet A Bank in Hanoi have sought help as they are unable to withdraw their savings of VND170 billion (US$7.3 million) from the Dong Do transaction office of the bank, the local media reported. The two customers, Trieu Thi Tuyet Trinh and Trieu Hung Cuong, said they had made six term deposits at the bank under six separate contracts. Three contracts are valued at VND30 billion each, while another contract is worth VND35 billion, one is worth VND25 billion and the last one is worth VND20 billion. These deposits were made on October 9 last year with a term of three months and annual interest rate of 5.5%. All the contracts were signed by the director of the Dong Do transaction office of Viet A Bank and bear the seal of the bank. However, on December 8 last year, Trinh and Cuong visited the Dong Do transaction office to withdraw money but were told that their money… Read full this story
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