In 2021, Mr. Huang came into contact with a game called ldquo; Music Kingdom & rdquo;.
This is a game built into QQ Music's studio, similar to a prize-winning game & mdash;— players spend money to guess & ldquo; Award & rdquo;You can get virtual gifts of different value, and the studio anchor will come to buy back the gift at a high price so that he / ldquo; can make money & rdquo;.
Unexpectedly, Mr. Huang thought it was a way to make money, but he snowballed his savings of more than 500,000 yuan in a year and owed hundreds of thousands of yuan in foreign debt.
It was not until Mr. Huang couldn't come up with any more money that he told his wife, Ms. Liu. Ms. Liu complained in many ways, hoping that QQ Music could refund her husband Mr. Huang & ldquo; 's loss & rdquo; 's 1.32 million yuan. The answer she got was that only minors' consumption or stolen brushes could get a refund & rdquo;.
QQ Music's official customer service staff told Red Star News that in view of the anchors' initiative to find players to buy back gifts, the customer service did not receive permission notice from within the platform, advising players not to trade with the anchors. Red Star News noted that a search in the online complaint platform for QQ Music's live studio & ldquo; Music Kingdom & rdquo; games can find more than 20 related complaints.
The complainants all have similar experiences with Mr. Huang. Some of the complainants & ldquo; losses & rdquo; are as high as hundreds of thousands. They hope to recover the losses in & ldquo; Music Kingdom & rdquo; games by complaining about QQ Music, but so far, there have been no successful cases. & nbsp