B.A.P. warns fans about scams

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2 Aug -B.A.P.'s agency recently warned fans of scams using the group's name.

As reported on Allkpop website, TS Entertainment released a statement and reminded fans to make sure they double checked their purchase of any B.A.P related products to avoid any fraudulent buys.

The agency stated, "Some companies are using B.A.P.'s name to sell vacation packages at higher prices and make promises to take fans to their Taiwanese showcase scheduled on 22 September."

They added that one of the plans included in the itinerary is an "Airport greeting" event and the agency is worried that such scams might harm the fans.

TS Entertainment stated, "We hope that this is an opportunity for us to alert these companies that their unethical business practices will not be tolerated."

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