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No progress in CAWOW case

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A group of 639 members of the bankrupt California WOW (CAWOW) health club gathered on Sunday to decide on their next move, complaining that authorities have made no progress in helping settle their grievances. 

The Foundation for Consumers organised a seminar in Bangkok to discuss possible solutions for CAWOW clients who filed petitions to the Office of the Consumer Protection Board, the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and the Consumer Protection Police Division over six months ago. 

The embattled health club members demanded compensation and wanted the authorities to take both civil and criminal action against the company after it failed to provide services agreed upon and went into bankruptcy.

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