Salon faces law­suit over loy­alty cards

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

A fruit trader in Kun­ming who ap­proached the po­lice for help af­ter buy­ing hun­dreds of thou­sands of yuan in fake cur­rency has been handed a six-month sus­pended sen­tence. The man, sur­named Yang, spent 50,000 yuan ($7,400) on coun­ter­feit bills with a face value of 220,000 yuan in April, but con­tacted the po­lice when he dis­cov­ered that the “high-qual­ity im­i­ta­tion bank notes” he had been of­fered were in fact pa­per money of the type burned as of­fer­ings to the dead. Pan­long Dis­trict Peo­ple’s A wid­ower has been ad­vised to sue a beauty salon in Chengdu af­ter it re­fused to re­fund his late wife’s cus­tomer loy­alty cards, which had a total bal­ance of more than 90,000 yuan ($13,380). The man, sur­named Huang, said he had found 147 cards af­ter his wife’s death in July 2015. The lo­cal con­sumer coun­cil at­tempted

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