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Ho Chi Minh City English language centers accused of appropriating learners’ tuition

Ho Chi Minh City English language centers accused of appropriating learners’ tuition

Sunday, August 15, 2021, 16:29 GMT+7

Police in Ho Chi Minh City are searching for the directors of two English language centers after they were accused of appropriating tuition fees from many learners.

Officers under the municipal Department of Public Security confirmed on Saturday they were verifying the accusation against Eagle Education International English Center and Eagle English International School.

The two facilities reportedly charged learners’ tuition fees but did not run enough courses as promised.

Early reports showed that the directors of the two venues, Tran Minh Tuan and Nguyen Truong Giang, had left their places of residence since December 2020.

Officers thus announced they were searching for Tuan, a 30-year-old man from the northern province of Hai Duong, and Giang, a 22-year-old person from the northern province of Ha Nam.

The two are required to contact the police station at 674 3 Thang 2 Street in Ward 14, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City (phone number: 0914840681).

Residents who have information on Tuan and Giang’s whereabouts are advised to contact police officers at the above address and phone number.

If the two individuals do not show up within 15 days, officers will conclude that they have run away and will deal with the case according to the law.

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