AAA Sports Publications Reports & Reviews (4)File a complaint
Victim Location 48624
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product
We buy a spot in our local yearbook for about $75... we found out this company is not for them as it says and is requesting a payment on their behalf and to an out of state address. We are a local insurance Agency.. ***************** *********
This company is not affiliated with Highland High School in Pocatello, Idaho. Our Subaru Dealership and Napa Auto parts have both been charged for something that does not exist. This company is a Scam!
Scammer's phone 800-845-8198
Scammer's address 191 University Blvd. #657 Denver, CO. 80206
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Type of a scam Publishing
Initial means of contact Phone
AAA Sports Publications called my business posing as Quincy High School selling advertisement space on the Spring Sports Poster. They took my credit card number and charged by $169.00. There was never a copy of the poster brought to my office, or a proof of the ad sent to me. The charge came through on my account as "Shane Austin". This transaction occurred February 6, 2021. Since then, they have sent me invoices 2 times trying to sell more advertisement space on a the fall poster. This time I began asking questions and they kept cutting me off and talking over me. I called the phone number on the invoice and it goes to a full mailbox. The email I sent them has never been answered. The phone number they call from is blocked and says "restricted". Upon calling the actual Quincy High School and speaking to the Athletic Director, he said he had been getting other reports coming into the school of this same company targeting numerous local businesses.
Victim Location 54449
Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill
Invoices for advertising on a school sports poster were sent repeatedly. The school does not work with this company. The company did not reach out to us in any other manner to sell ad space on a poster. When calling the 800#, there are no people answering - you just leave a message. After leaving messages to stop the invoicing, the frequency of invoices increased to daily. We warned the school of the potential reputation damage that is happening with this group misrepresenting the relationship/services provided.
When searching the business online, there is no record of them. This is however identical to a scam by a business in Austin TX last year. I suspect, they just changed addresses and continue to try to get an invoice to slip through the cracks at area businesses and get paid.
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