A group of dealers of Magic Skin products lodged a complaint with Pol Gen Veerachai Songmetta, the national deputy chief, at the Royal Thai Police head office on Sunday, claiming that he had purchased 20 million baht worth of the Kao brand products from the company and had not received any products from it nor was refunded.
The group’s lawyer, Mr Ronnarong Kaewpetch, told the media that the dealers found out that the Kao brand products they bought from Magic Skin were manufactured from the same plant which was earlier raided by police and officials from the Food and Drug Administration’s Office.
They complained that they had not received any of the products they ordered from the company nor were they refunded.
Pol Gen Veerachai said officials had discovered that the ingredients found in Kao products did not match with the ingredients announced in the advertisements. For that matter, he said the company could be faulted for public fraud and this would be a separate offence from the earlier offences allegedly committed by the firm.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (ThaiPBS)