Magic Money Astroworld Refund Class Action Lawsuit – No Amusement After Event Got Canceled, Customers Want Money Back…
By Consider The Consumer on 01/20/2022
Magic Money Buyers Should Receive Refunds For Their Payments After Astroworld Music Festival Got Early Cancellation
Astroworld music festival attendees should be refunded for their Magic Money ticket payments after the event got canceled, a recent class action contends.
Brenda Wong, et al. v. Magic Money LLC, et al.
A group of plaintiffs, led by Brenda Wong along with their cohorts named Amber Palmer, Parker Jerrell, and Jose Box, is suing Magic Money LLC and others in court in connection with the concern that those who bought Magic Money beforehand should be given back their money after the Astroworld event got cut short.
It is noteworthy that the Astroworld music festival is supposed to be a two-day event filled with fun, games, and musical performances from artists like Travis Scott and others.
However, disaster struck one of the festival’s highlights after injuries and deaths were recorded in connection with the opening performance of the rapper Scott.
The Magic Money Astroworld Refund Class Action Lawsuit is looking to sue the defendants Magic Money LLC and others for not returning the complainants’ money after the festival got canceled.
Wong and their peers argue that they were enticed by the defendants to pay for Magic Money, along with the other related fees, before the event took place in order to enjoy perks such as skipping the long lines of rides and games available at Astroworld.
In addition, the class action argues that the defendants are guilty of charges such as breach of contract, violation of Texas law, and the like.
Multiple Class Groups
A Class group consisting of similarly situated individuals nationwide is included in the class action filing. Additionally, subclasses covering eligible claimants from the states of California, Texas, and Indiana are also being petitioned.
The Magic Money Astroworld Refund Class Action Lawsuit is not the only legal case submitted to courts with regards to the deadly ordeal at Astroworld.
Currently, there is a slew of class action suits filed against the event organizer and Travis Scott on behalf of those that have passed away and those who have been injured in the incident.
Editor’s Note on Magic Money Astroworld Refund Class Action Lawsuit:
This report aims to discuss the pieces of information surrounding the refund issue Magic Money customers are raising with authorities. We also suggest you read the Astroworld Disaster Case.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Brenda Wong, et al. v. Magic Money LLC, et al.; Case No.: 4:21-cv-04169
Jurisdiction: United States (U.S.) District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Allegation(s): Magic Money did not refund its clients after the Astroworld music festival ended earlier.
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