Through the low-cost Q-coin sales channel, she earned 10 million yuan a month, but after the channel was closed, she still used low-buy, high-selling, and delayed delivery methods to defraud more than 200 victims. The reporter was informed today that the Beijing No. 3 Intermediate People's Court was sentenced to one life imprisonment for fraud in the first instance.
In October 2017, Zou posted an advertisement in his QQ, saying that he had 50% off Q coins in his hand. She purchased 1% off Q coins through other channels, and then raised the price, and earned 8 million yuan in just over a month. But soon, the channel for low-priced Q coins was closed.
Because a large amount of customer resources have accumulated in the hands, in order to retain the customers, Zou has to purchase Q coins at a high price of 10%, and then sell them at a price of 7 to 8 percent. She believes that she can find a low-cost channel sooner or later, and she will continue to do so. But very quickly, all the money earned by Zou had lost all of his money, and he still posted more than 2 million.
Since the recharge period of the low-priced Q coins is about 1 to 3 months, if the business is stopped at this time, the customer who has already placed the order will inevitably request a refund. This money is unbearable for Zou. Another reason is that there will be a new low-cost discount for Q coins on the Internet. So I decided to continue to use the new orders to fill the old customers' refunds, so as to insist on the release of low-priced Q coins.
In fact, the price of Q coins is at least 5% off, and merchants representing related businesses say there will be no lower prices on the market. In the end, Zou did not wait for the low price. A large number of users found that they had paid the money but did not get the corresponding Q coins, and they successively requested a refund.
In a few months, Zhai collected a total of more than 30 million yuan, but because of its high purchase and low sales, the gap of more than 22 million yuan was finally lost, and the victims exceeded 100. In the meantime, Zhai bought a car with a price of 720,000 yuan and a luxury jewelry worth more than 100,000 yuan for his own use.