Law & Regulation

Crimson Education settles China dispute with unhappy student

Victoria Young
Wed, 31 Mar 2021

Crimson Education co-founder Jamie Beaton (left) with marketing executive AJ Tills.
Victoria Young
Wed, 31 Mar 2021
Crimson Education has moved to settle a fee dispute with a student in its China business after queries from BusinessDesk.The $40,000 dispute was over fees charged by Crimson’s China business. The student requested a refund and alleged Crimson director Fangzhou Jiang illegally liquidated its subsidiary to avoid paying back fees.According to a preliminary judgment in the Qinhuai District People's Court in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, 18-year-old Guang Yao Tan claimed he had a contract with Crimson subsidiary Meridian.On July 17 2018,...

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