The rear entrance of the Standard Chartered Bank Building, in Central, was daubed with red paint in 2005, allegedly by debt collectors chasing payment from an employee of the bank.
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Why you should pay your debts before Chinese New Year – and what will happen if you don’t

Scare tactics such as doorways splashed with red paint and mysterious fires were often used to harass people into paying what they owe, but the proliferation of security cameras has largely put paid to such symbolic warnings

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The rear entrance of the Standard Chartered Bank Building, in Central, was daubed with red paint in 2005, allegedly by debt collectors chasing payment from an employee of the bank.
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