Can’t say ‘it’s over’? Tell break-up agentSeptember 3rd, 2011 - 10:20 am ICT by IANS
Beijing, Sep 3 (IANS) Finding it difficult to say “it’s over” to their loved partner, many couples in China are now seeking professional help of “break-up agents”.
On e-commerce platform Taobao.com, these agents promise customers that they will “set them free from their spouses” by chatting, writing break-up letters and even sending back the gifts the lovers have given each other at the start of their relationship, the Shanghai Daily reported.
They charge 10 to 200 yuan ($31) an hour to break the ‘bitter’ news.
However, for anyone still wishing to have a relation with someone else, these agents are ready to offer their services to help them win a heart again.
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