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Grapes of wrath! Livid wine followers are ‘scammed out of 1000’s of kilos’ after organisers behind a booze-based homicide thriller in Cornwall ‘took their money with out reserving any venues’

Grapes of wrath! Livid wine followers are ‘scammed out of 1000’s of kilos’ after organisers behind a booze-based homicide thriller in Cornwall ‘took their money with out reserving any venues’


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Livid wine followers say they’ve been scammed out of 1000’s of kilos for a homicide thriller occasion – after organisers didn’t e book the venues and disappeared with their money.

Prospects handed over £65 every for one among 4 Twenties Wine Escape occasion occurring in Cornwall this week. However venues instructed MailOnline no reserving was ever made.

The primary was as a consequence of be held on the St Ives Harbour Resort in Cornwall on Thursday evening and promised an ‘unique get together’ together with a two course meal. However resort employees confirmed organisers by no means booked the occasion with them.

A employees member instructed MailOnline ‘It is an exterior occasion they usually marketed they had been utilizing our services however we by no means heard from them. We have had quite a lot of upset individuals calling in regards to the occasion at this time’.

Among the many upset clients was Dannii Moss and 5 pals who booked tickets for the occasion to rejoice her birthday costing £390.

The first was due to be held at the St Ives Harbour Hotel in Cornwall on Thursday night. But hotel staff confirmed organisers never booked the event with them.

The primary was as a consequence of be held on the St Ives Harbour Resort in Cornwall on Thursday evening. However resort employees confirmed organisers by no means booked the occasion with them.

Among the disappointed customers was Dannii Moss and five friends booked tickets for the event to celebrate her birthday costing £390

Among the disappointed customers was Dannii Moss and five friends booked tickets for the event to celebrate her birthday costing £390

Among the many upset clients was Dannii Moss and 5 pals booked tickets for the occasion to rejoice her birthday costing £390

The event promised an 'exclusive party' including a two course meal. But hotel staff confirmed organisers never booked the event with them

The event promised an 'exclusive party' including a two course meal. But hotel staff confirmed organisers never booked the event with them

The occasion promised an ‘unique get together’ together with a two course meal. However resort employees confirmed organisers by no means booked the occasion with them

She posted on Fb: ‘So tonight myself, Craig, Amy, Tracey, Paul and Tom had been meant to be doing a Twenties wine escape (homicide thriller) at St Ives Harbour Resort, for my birthday. 

‘Sadly after anyone saying it was a rip-off we rang up the resort who stated the corporate WINE ESCAPE did not really e book this occasion with them, I appeared up the following occasion as there meant to be doing others in different areas, and it appears they enquired with the venues however by no means really booked with them.

‘So it appears me and my pals in addition to many others probably have been scammed out of £390… there isn’t any telephone quantity on the web site/Fb or insta however they do not reply emails or messages.

‘I need to share so no person else will get scammed… I am devastated as I used to be wanting ahead to doing one thing completely different, we have all paid out for good outfits and every part so not simply the £390 for the tickets.’

Sophie Bee stated she spent £400 on an identical occasion tomorrow evening on the Penventon Park Resort in Redruth, Cornwall, however was additionally instructed the occasion was cancelled.

She stated: ‘It is a rip-off don’t purchase tickets sadly me and a bunch of my pals did and have now misplaced over £400. Don’t purchase these tickets.’

Sophie Bee said she spent £400 on a similar event tomorrow night at the Penventon Park Hotel in Redruth, Cornwall, but was also told the event was cancelled

Sophie Bee said she spent £400 on a similar event tomorrow night at the Penventon Park Hotel in Redruth, Cornwall, but was also told the event was cancelled

Sophie Bee stated she spent £400 on an identical occasion tomorrow evening on the Penventon Park Resort in Redruth, Cornwall, however was additionally instructed the occasion was cancelled

Employees on the Penventon Resort had been unaware of the reserving when contacted by MailOnline.

Occasions are additionally booked in Newquay and Padstow on Saturday and Sunday however employees at each venues confirmed no reserving was made.

A employee on the Atlantic Resort in Newquay stated: ‘The organisers by no means confirmed an occasion with us. Now we have requested them to take our title off their advertising and marketing.’

And Padstow Harbour Resort posted on Fb: ‘We will see that this firm is promoting that they’re holding an occasion at our resort. Please be suggested that we do not have a confirmed reserving from this firm.’

Locals posted warnings online labelling the company 'a scam' and saying 'they never even made a booking'

Locals posted warnings online labelling the company 'a scam' and saying 'they never even made a booking'

Locals posted warnings on-line labelling the corporate ‘a rip-off’ and saying ‘they by no means even made a reserving’

A worker at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay said: 'The organisers never confirmed an event with us. We have asked them to take our name off their marketing'

A worker at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay said: 'The organisers never confirmed an event with us. We have asked them to take our name off their marketing'

A employee on the Atlantic Resort in Newquay stated: ‘The organisers by no means confirmed an occasion with us. Now we have requested them to take our title off their advertising and marketing’

Padstow Harbour Hotel posted on Facebook: 'We can see that this company is advertising that they are holding an event at our hotel. Please be advised that we don't have a confirmed booking from this company.'

Padstow Harbour Hotel posted on Facebook: 'We can see that this company is advertising that they are holding an event at our hotel. Please be advised that we don't have a confirmed booking from this company.'

Padstow Harbour Resort posted on Fb: ‘We will see that this firm is promoting that they’re holding an occasion at our resort. Please be suggested that we do not have a confirmed reserving from this firm.’

In its description, Wine Escape guarantees attendees will: ‘Step again into the roaring 1920’s and benefit from the glamour and extravagance of Hawker Wine Property. 

‘You might have been invited to an unique get together hosted by the very rich house owners, the Von James household. 

‘However the celebrations flip bitter when a storm of vengeance, lies and deceit ruins the night. 

‘You have to stick collectively, maintain your nerve and beat the clock with a view to escape Hawker alive…’

MailOnline has contacted Wine Escape for remark.



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Written by bourbiza mohamed

Bourbiza Mohamed is a freelance journalist and political science analyst holding a Master's degree in Political Science. Armed with a sharp pen and a discerning eye, Bourbiza Mohamed contributes to various renowned sites, delivering incisive insights on current political and social issues. His experience translates into thought-provoking articles that spur dialogue and reflection.

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