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One of two alleged scam artists who were the first charged for violating a California law designed to protect performers has become the first to be sentenced under that law. 

David Askayar, proprietor of Hollywood Stars Management, Inc., and VIP Talent Web, Inc., pleaded no contest Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court to one count of operating an advance fee talent representation service and one count of operating a talent listing service without a bond. Read Full Story

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Comment by Benita Ellena Mcshan on April 9, 2011 at 12:06pm
I had one guy want to charge me $25 just to be on his email list. He had numerous name celebrities as his contacts. Strangely, all of his name people were celebs without websites or public means of access. I did get the charity foundation office of one of his 'clients' and left a message asking for info. They never returned my call.
Comment by AL B Conahan on April 8, 2011 at 3:08pm
Now!!  that's funny, Alexis
Comment by Alexis Serrano on April 8, 2011 at 3:01pm
No wonder he wont return my calls ! Looks Iike I am going to have to hunt for another manager :(
Comment by AL B Conahan on April 8, 2011 at 2:22pm
The tip of the iceberg. There are so so many out there lurking and the people in the industry are such easy pray. I use an easy way to check out people especially on Craigslist.org. Use Google Search and many other free search engines to get information and feedback from other people who have used the service. I have found that if there is no information and no virtual trail on the person or company, they are not for real.

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