The Consumer Council receives about 200 complaints on the hiring of helpers each year. Photo: Dickson Lee

Poor service and dodgy practices blight Hong Kong’s domestic helper hiring agencies, says consumer watchdog as it urges authorities to crack down

  • There were 193 cases last year with complaints ranging from poor sales tactics to unprofessional services
  • Employers typically paid fees of more than HK$10,000 to about HK$20,000
Topic |   Consumer protection in Hong Kong

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The Consumer Council receives about 200 complaints on the hiring of helpers each year. Photo: Dickson Lee
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