November 1, 2021

A jeweller selling Indian jewellery in India has told CNN that he was forced to sell some items to pay back debts incurred by customers.

CNN India spoke to the owner of the jeweller’s business, who has not given CNN the name of the customer.

He said he had sold some items, including jewellery and earrings, to pay for debt incurred by a customer.

It was a very painful process, and it took me two years to recover.” “

There is no other way.

It was a very painful process, and it took me two years to recover.”

The shopkeeper, who did not want to be named for fear of angering his customers, said he and his family had been dealing with customers who had taken the jewellery or earrings to court over unpaid bills.

“The customer was a big customer and he wanted to keep buying, so he asked us to sell him the items.

But we sold them to pay off the debt,” he said, adding that the customer owed him money.

“I was paying the debt, so the customer asked me to take some of the money and send it to the customer,” he told CNN.

“So I took the money.

He asked me if I would be happy to pay him back.”

He said the customer was then “stuck” and owed him $300.

The jeweller said he would be working on the items and could not afford to pay.

The business is a small one, with only about five employees, but he said he was able to work on a few items and make $10 per day.

“It was hard.

We worked on it and we sold it.

It took us two years,” he added.

He added that the shop was sold to a company in New Delhi, but had not yet been paid.

The shop owner said the customers who complained about the business were also angry at the jewellers.

“One customer came and asked why the shopkeeper did not take the money,” he explained.

A woman at the shop told CNN the jewelling shop had been closed since November and that it had taken around two months to recover the money that had been stolen from the shop. “

That is why the customer is angry.”

A woman at the shop told CNN the jewelling shop had been closed since November and that it had taken around two months to recover the money that had been stolen from the shop.

The woman said she had contacted the police.

“They have told us that the bank has sent the money to the bank, but I don’t know where it is,” she said.

The bank had not responded to CNN’s requests for comment.

“If you are a shopkeeper selling jewellery, you should be able to recover money from your customers and you should also be able recover from your debts,” said Arundhati Bhattacharya, a former director of the Consumer Protection Department at the Supreme Court in New York.

“But unfortunately, many of these businesses don’t have the ability to do that.”

The Supreme Court is currently hearing a case regarding the legality of the so-called “cashback” scheme that lets banks refund customers interest and other amounts paid to them for buying goods.

The case has been argued before the Supreme Judicial Court and will be heard in October.

The scheme has been widely criticized as a scheme that encourages businesses to “take back” money from customers who are in debt.