OICC UK reacts strongly against Corner shops fleecing people at difficult times
Friday 24 July 2020 3:21 AM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON Juy 24: Complaints of corner shops charging their customers more than the actual costs have come up. There are widespread allegations of costs for essential items been doubled by Asian and Indian shops in London, Croydon, Tooting, Wembley, Mitcham, Harow, Eastham, which are densely populated by Malayalees and Tamils.
The group is harassing people by charging them unfair prices for daily necessities and disrupting the lives of poor Indians who have lost their jobs and wages. These shops have already borrowed 10,000 and obtained business taxfree and interest-free loan from the UK government.
It has been reported that they charge people twice the price of goods found in UK supermarkets.
This information is brought to the attention of the Government.
These people are trying to make a profit by not allowing the people who lost their jobs during this corona era to live without giving any help to the people.
OICC UK reacts strongly to this and has urged the UK Trading standards to act on this illegal practices.
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