Secretary Wen Feng’s "Rainbow Fart" is a hot search, and the company has been interviewed many times
2021-12-06: [Article Link] On 5 December, an article published by the Secretary of the Shanghai Peak Group's Micro-Trust Public, Chen Ho, the president of the Secretariat's beautiful hair group in Shanghai, triggered the debate. The CEO of the company called Chen Ho-ho the president of the group “Hoo” in his post, stating that Chen Ho's mastership of all things is one of the most powerful three hundred and sixty lines, and that “Hoo-go is the only way to help us succeed.” In this selection message, Chen Ho-ho-ho was called “Ho-ho-ho-ho.”
For example, the article says that Chen Ho has many precious trees and emeralds and bought a lot of shops, but it also states that Chen Ho did this to “enhance brand influence and provide us with a solid back-up to build a 100-year enterprise.” Journalists look at the “Fest of Today” micro-publics and find that the headlines of each published micro-letter are most recently attended by President Chen Hao and visited cities, with a wealth of video text for each trip, with fresh applause and red carpets from the airport to the shop.
On two occasions, Wen Feng's Shanghai hairdresser, a company owned by Wen Feng China, was interviewed by the Shanghai Marketing Board on issues such as “large consumption non-refundability, lack of post-sale services, non-transparent prices, false propaganda, and forced consumption.” The Shanghai Market Insurance Board argued that Manchung pre-saleds a package of “products plus services” to avoid prepaid card regulation.
According to the Shanghai MPC, consumers report that, after purchasing a “product-plus” package, they are not able to understand in depth the product’s effectiveness compliance with the requirements of the store. The consumer’s verbal marketing and non-public selling of the product has caused consumer protection difficulties and circumvented the government’s day-to-day supervision.
In addition, in March 2020, the Montagnard Group sold “resistance from the virus” and made false propaganda on a piece of cosmetics under the flag, so that it was administratively sanctioned by the City's market regulatory authority, which ordered that illegal advertising stop and fined half a million dollars. “Today's Peaks” published an article called “Today's Peaks” and “Today's Peaks” by Chen Ho,” followed by a few hours of fire by Chen Ho. “Today's Peaks” and “Today's Peaks,” the “tolls” and the “tolls” by Aboos, the “tolls” and “today's” by “tolls” and “today's” by “tolls,” by “tolls” and today's” by “tolls”.