• Report: #948362

Complaint Review: iShowcase Music Exhibition

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  • Submitted: Sat, September 29, 2012
  • Updated: Sat, September 29, 2012

  • Reported By: Charlotte — United States of America
iShowcase Music Exhibition
Internet United States of America

iShowcase Music Exhibition Presented by King Ryan Events, featuring "Warner Bros. Records" RIP-OFF ALL THE WAY! They don't care about performers and only want money Internet

*Consumer Comment: Ryan Long, Fame & Philanthropy, Live Music Showcase, Creative Edge Entertainment, King Ryan Events, Fame at the Mansion

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DO NOT enter the ishowcase music exhibition unless you can easily sell 25 tickets worth $20 each before the actual show. I got an e-mail the morning of the event saying I was cancelled as a performer because I hadn't quite sold the minimum. That was AFTER I'd paid $600 to hire a professional band and after I'd poured hours of practice time into this F-ing rip-off. This is the first ever rip-off I've ever reported in my life, but I am warning you to stay away. They don't care about the interests of the performers, they only care about their money. Once again, stay away. It's complete scam.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/29/2012 08:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/iShowcase-Music-Exhibition/internet/iShowcase-Music-Exhibition-Presented-by-King-Ryan-Events-featuring-Warner-Bros-Records-948362. 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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Ryan Long, Fame & Philanthropy, Live Music Showcase, Creative Edge Entertainment, King Ryan Events, Fame at the Mansion

AUTHOR: Pat - ()

This is Ryan Long, aka "King Ryan's" latest event:  http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/james-cameron-charlize-theron-bill-677173

Of course, the event is leveraged on future ticket sales, just like the Live Music Showcase/iShowcase Music.  The Executive Producer, Ryan Long, aka "King Ryan" has had a bankruptcy, lawsuit for misrepresentation (2012 Fame At The Mansion), violent criminal conviction/charges including CHILD ENDANGERMENT, fine by the AG, payment disputes with past affiliates/charity, 2 suspended businesses for tax delinquencies. Fame & Philanthropy was established Nov 2013, specifically for this "charitable" event.  The F&P office is a month-to-month lease in Hollywood. The various press releases for this event have conflicting information about who the celebrity guests are.

 Check out their Fame and Philanthropy FB page. It's a handful of questionable looking no-names bartering for "Likes" and telling one another how "great" this event will be. Most importantly, do some diligent internet searches on the comment sections of press releases on this event. Then check out more Rip Off Reports for Ryan Long, aka "King Ryan."  These tickets are being given away on at least three radio stations, when the event is only 2 weeks away. The event's details are conspicuously absent.  And the charity (which was just licensed by the AG in Nov-Dec 2013) is getting 10% of the proceeds - after the ticket sales affiliates take their 20% off the top.

So it's hilarious that Ryan Long, in one of his press releases, said that he anticipated to make $1million for charity.  Since the charity ends up with less than 10% of the proceeds, his event would have to sell out TWICE (or more) to make that kind of money.  The parent company of F&P/"Creative Edge Entertainment" is a medical collections phone room in Pakistan, and has ZERO entertainment cred. Ryan is their low-paid employee, running around acting like a Hollywood mogul.  Buyer beware!

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