SAN ANTONIO – The King William Association and Fair’s Facebook pages warn folks of a scam selling a Fall Festival pop-up event for Sept. 17-18 and Sept. 24-25.
On Thursday, The King William Fair Facebook page posted a warning for the general public, stating that the ‘Fall Festival’ event was not related to the King William Association.
The submit added that the handle getting used to advertise the event, 1032 South Alamo, is presently a chiropractic office that has additionally stated the event is a scam.
One native space vendor, Betty Rosales, stated she would have fallen for the scam if it wasn’t for the King Williams Association’s Facebook submit.
“With King William, they’re never going to be $40. It’s always going to be $80 to $120. But as a small business, I said, ‘okay, maybe it’s fall and they want us to go out there…’ $40? I should have known better,” stated Rosales.
Rosales defined that the unique submit concerning the event provides distributors a spot to promote their merchandise. It advertises for $45 per day or $80 for your entire weekend.
The King William Association warned business homeowners and the general public to not give money to the e-mail promoted — [email protected] They remind everybody that any occasions related to the company might be discovered on their social media pages.
San Antonio police stated they had been unaware of the King Williams Association’s warning however will cross it alongside to their fusion heart. SAPD encourages anybody who is a sufferer of a non-violent crime can name 210-207-7273.
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