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Defendants promoted and sold tickets to a concert by the band Los Temerarios, which never took place. Defendants did not have a contract with the band's booking agency. Defendants failed to inquire into the ability of the company with which they had contracted to bind the band to perform. Defendants violated the CSPA by: 1) advertising, promoting, and selling tickets to a concert and failing to deliver the concert or refund consumers the price of their tickets; 2) advertising, promoting, and representing to consumers that the subject of the consumer transaction had the sponsorship and approval of Los Temerarios that it did not have; 3) advertising, promoting, and representing to consumers that the subject of a consumer transaction was available for a reason that did not exist; and 4) failing to register the use of a fictitious business name prior to doing business in Ohio under that name. Defendants ordered to pay $4,040 in consumer restitution and $10,000 in civil penalties (suspended).
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