Salon to refund clients

PUBLISHED: 13:10 11 January 2007 | UPDATED: 10:05 31 May 2010

PEOPLE who bought vouchers for beauty treatments at a salon which has ceased trading are being offered full refunds. Due to long-term illness affecting proprietor Jane Martin, the Be Health and Beauty salon on Newport High Street closed down on December 2

PEOPLE who bought vouchers for beauty treatments at a salon which has ceased trading are being offered full refunds.

Due to long-term illness affecting proprietor Jane Martin, the Be Health and Beauty salon on Newport High Street closed down on December 23.

The salon had been selling vouchers offering beauty treatments during the festive period, and several customers who bought them were concerned that they would end up out of pocket.

However, people who bought vouchers can have them refunded by taking photocopies of the vouchers, along with the date that they bought them and the method of payment they used, to the Game On store on Saffron Walden High Street.

Jane Martin's husband, Matthew Brady, who runs the Game On store in

Saffron Walden, explained that the salon was going to remain closed for the foreseeable future.

"Due to circumstances beyond Jane's control she has had to close the salon," he said.

"Some of the credit card payments for vouchers were not processed.

"If people who have been charged for vouchers drop into Game On with photocopies of their vouchers, proof of how they paid along with the date of purchase, and their name and address, we will arrange a refund.

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