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‘Probe telecom firms for allowing int’l users to send deceptive SMS’ 3,115 citizens register with automated recruitment system in 6 days

KUWAIT CITY, June 14: A large number of subscribers and users of the local mobile communication networks have requested Ministry of Communications to directly investigate the three telecommunication companies in the country for allowing international users to send deceptive messages to misinform recipients, reports al-Seyassah daily. One subscriber said he lost KD 40 from his balance immediately after he replied to a message he had received. Others also accused the telecommunication companies in Kuwait of cooperating with the scammers and allowing them to access information of the network users in return for money.

3,115 register: The Director of the Citizens and Public Relations Service Administration at the Civil Service Commission Jassem Al- Ruwais said 3,115 citizens are registered with the automated recruitment system which is adopted by the CSC since the start of the registration on June 6 until Thursday June 12 — 1,046 of them male and 2,069 female, reports Al-Jarida daily. Al-Ruwais affirmed the registration system is open for 24 hours until Friday midnight June 20, 2014, to give a chance to all who wish to register whether through the hotline 133, or through the website He stressed on the necessity to respect the appointments mentioned in the system for the registration. He said it is also necessary to carry all necessary documents for the registration at the CSC building, Shuwaikh Administrative Area on the Airport Road

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