All Access Hospitality Review

Last year this person scammed me of $4000 cash. | The artist wristbands were collected in front of us at Coachella Will Call. Their tactic was to report it lost/stolen later in the day and had it reissued and we were left with dud non scanning wristbands. | Apparently this happens a lot. We were totally at a loss and in the middle of extensive travel plans and from out of town. | The fraudster’s phone no was a permanent no (310) 279-7590 and apparently his name is Roberto Lobeira (pictured) | If anyone as info about this fraudster or his employer or know his colleagues please let me know by email. Many thanks and spread the word about this to people who might be buying artist passes. | A real lesson for us on paying cash and buying these passes on CL. If buying them my advice would be eBay.

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Name: All Access Hospitality

Country: United States

State: California

City: Los Angeles

Address: 2010 N Beachwood Dr.

Phone: 1 (310) 279 7590

Website: aahospitality.biz/

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