Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo
Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo
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Smartisan founder Luo Yonghao apologises for fake Pierre Cardin wool jumpers sold on his live stream

  • Tech entrepreneur promises to pay customers back after wool jumpers sold through one of his live streams were found to be fake
  • Luo says his company checked suppliers’ qualifications before the sale, but suspects them of forging documents and deliberately committing fraud

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Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo
Luo Yonghao, the indebted founder of smartphone brand Smartisan, apologised in a video after jumpers he sold in a live stream turned out to be fake. Screengrab: Weibo
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