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Hong Kong’s consumption-voucher scheme draws more than 300 complaints in first 2 months, Consumer Council says

Hong Kong’s consumer watchdog received more than 300 complaints about the government’s digital voucher scheme in its first two months, running the gamut from duplicated payments to bogus minimum spending requirements.But kinks in the programme, intended to inject a boost of spending into a local economy slammed by the coronavirus, also appeared to be smoothing out with time, according to its top executive.About 40 per cent of complaints filed over August and September were tied to the payment…

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