Shaun Saunders, Graffiti PR & San Francisco

Complaint: Over a period of months, Shaun Saunders was planning an event at our space in Italy, a VIP event of sorts. He even came to see the venue and hotels and costs were paid on his behalf. Much deliberation was put into contract and into planning for his event, including talking to people we were going to hire on his behalf. When it came time for the date the payment was due (which he negotiated), Shaun stopped communicating. With the event then a month out, contract signed, and lots of planning our team put in on his behalf, Shaun stopped communicating and then made up some excuse about why he couldn’t talk and that he’d be back in communication. Once he got in communication with one of our partners, again, payment was promised, but never paid. At this point, he even told the partner that the bill was paid. I don’t believe “The Institute”” even exists

Tags: Fraud- Automotive

Address: which means that Shaun Saunders not only owes us $35k and will be 90 days past due shortly

Website: knows that I am reasonable and fair. And I’ve attempted to get in contact with Shaun over 15 times in the past few months with zero response

Phone: but it also means that he signed a contract with an LLC that’s not on record

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