RM300,000 spent on hair care


KUALA LUMPUR: Two sisters who claim that they were pressured into spending almost RM300,000 on numerous hair treatments are now planning to sue the company to get their money back, as well as for the stress they underwent.

Auditor Elizabeth Chow of Sungai Buloh, Selangor, said she spent RM264,048 via 13 credit card payments and visited the centre 31 times for treatments since Dec 27 last year until May.

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