- Report: #896707
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Complaint Review: United Events Group
United Events Group78206 Varner Road, Suite D-20 Palm Desert, California United States of America
United Events Group UEG, Morgan Heard, Ricardo Coronado, A Swinging Affair Gala ripped off charity, breach of contract, non-payment of fee Palm Desert, California
*Author of original report: Missing Commas in Keywords
I, an award-winning professional journalist of 20 years, agreed to take the assignment and had them sign a contract to detail the work and payment schedule. I did my job and they did not pay me. They are in breach of contract. They told me that they lost money on the event and don't have money to pay me. They also told me that this event was a benefit for the Alzheimer's Association, but then told me they didn't raise any money for that organization. I called Alzheimer's Association and the said they never heard of them.
I took Morgan Heard to small claim's court in Los Angeles in March 2012 and WON. He never even showed up in court and even though there is a court judgement against him to pay me, he refused to pay. [continued below]....
having paid people, like myself, who worked on the 2011 gala. I fear they will rip off another charity and more vendors and they need to be stopped.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/12/2012 08:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/United-Events-Group/Palm-Desert-California-92211/United-Events-Group-UEG-Morgan-Heard-Ricardo-Coronado-A-Swinging-Affair-Gala-ripped-off-896707. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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