Date
21 October 2018

Half of Chinese TV shoppers feel cheated, Xinhua says

Nearly half of TV shoppers in China believe they have been cheated at least once and most of them chose not to complain, Xinhua news agency reported Thursday, citing a survey. About 14.3 percent of respondents had bought something on TV and 45 percent said they felt they had been cheated. Only 8 percent of the victims tried to get their money back and 75.6 percent of those said no one responded to their complaints. The survey was conducted by the online service of People’s Daily and a Beijing-based polling agency.

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