Anderson Group Public Relations Review

Liza Anderson and her team at Anderson PR Group have no integrity and made false promises to acquire free publicity for thier clients at the expense of a charity event where all the talent volunteered thier time. They promised to send thier talent and none of them showed up. Then her team arrived and set up an activation booth for Bartesian with the CEO Ryan Close present at the event. | They told the staff that they would pay for the activation before the evening was done. The event staff took thier word in good faith and allowed the activiation to proceed. After thier client and CEO of BARTESIAN met, spoke to and gave demostartions to all the attendees and talent. | They rushed out at the end without paying the bill. Scamming the charity event of the funds they agreed to pay to help cover the cost of the event. When the event staff attempted to collect the payment they would not return phone calls. The staff was very rude and unprofessional and did not follow thru on anything previously agreed on. | The event was a non for profit where the organizer and team volunteered thier time to help the cause. While they are fast to collect money from clients, when it comes to paying they will run out and even leaving all thier belongings behind.


Name: Anderson Group Public Relations

Country: United States

State: California

City: Los Angeles

Address: 8060 Melrose Ave # 400

Phone: 1 323-655-1008


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