The Premiere Event

The Premiere Event is not about talent but money

I was coming back from my office and was listening to my favourite channel on radio. There was an advertisement airing on the channel from last two days for a free audition. The audition was for children between 5-18 years and was organized by the casting directors of Disney and Nick. I ignored it the first day but it attracted my attention the other day.

I was super excited to share the news with my boy as I knew he had interest in acting. It was free and close to our house. So, it was convenient for me as well. We visited the venue on the desired date. The audition was planned at Chattanooga TN. There were few more parents with their children and were waiting for their chance.

A guy handed me a form to fill my personal details such as email address and phone number and he gave the commercial to my son for rehearsal. The hotel was good and I was relieved thinking that we are at the right place. The audition was in the ballroom.

After they were over with the form filling formalities, they took us for a presentation about the company and its accomplishments. They also showed the way casting will be done and the career graph of our children. My son was really happy after seeing what he could do and whom he can meet if he succeeds in the audition.

However, everything that glitters is not gold. The premiere event is fake and a money-making institution. But, lets stick to the story here first. So, we were taken to a person who was taking care of our queries if any. He was saying the same thing to everyone and it was so well rehearsed that it seemed so real. It was not though.

After all these formalities and fake presentation, the audition started. My son was a novice but he did well. We finished with the audition and were told that if and only if your son has what we are looking for, we will give you a call as soon as by the next day.

We left and while returning to our house, I checked about The Premiere Event on google. I did not find about the Premiere Event but there were videos on YouTube about ‘The Event’. There was a girl describing about a lady with the same appearance and physic as the one at our event that day.

So, I felt it strange and was confirmed about their scam after watching few more videos. Everyone was talking about the similar pattern and the way they trick you into paying.

The next day, I got a call and I was expecting it too. The guy on the phone told me that he we need to pay the registration fee for signing up our son with them. However, we had already discovered about their scam and was ready for the answer. We refused and he tried to convince us.

Nevertheless, we were saved from a lot that could have happened. They will soon get what they deserve. Stay away from them.


Is The Premiere Event legit?
The Premiere Event is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 2 consumer(s) was/were given a The Premiere Event as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is The Premiere Event located?
The Premiere Event is headquarted at Nationwide USA. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact The Premiere Event by dialing N/A or visit their website
How much monetary loss is incurred by The Premiere Event’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by The Premiere Event’s customers, US $4000 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is high.

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2 Reviews on The Premiere Event

  1. Total scam

    Similar experience. I thought it was a Disney casting call. Went to the W hotel. After the audition lady handed me a price breakdown thing. Basically you pay them an enormous amount of money to be in some show called go iguanas that my son never even heard of before. Ripoff.

  2. Definitely a scam

    Drove my daughters all the way to Hoboken New Jersey , just to find out that they want money. They loved the girls. Come to find out they want you to pay.I was with a reputable agency as a child and know full well that you do not pay. This is a scam. They are not even trademarked. And have nothing to do with Disney. I’m surprised Disney hasn’t fed a lawsuit against them.

Reported Loss :4000 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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