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From the aforementioned production company they indicated that they have not been notified of the legal action. More than 2,000 people reported to Sernac.
This Friday Sernac announced the filing of a class action lawsuit against Bizarro and PuntoTicket. This in search of compensation to customers affected in the chaotic first concert of Daddy Yankee in Chile.
From the production company they referred to this situation through a brief statement, where they indicated that for the moment they have not been notified in writing.
“Regarding any action court case that is filed against Bizarro, either by Sernac or by an individual, when we are legally notified, it will be answered in the respective court and in said instance we will present the legal arguments that protect us”, exhibited.
After the chaotic concert, one of the directors of the production company, Alfredo Alonso, had argued that all customers who were affected, due to criminal acts or avalanches of people, would receive their money back.
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Andrés Herrera , director of the Service, explained that through this class action they will defend the rights of all attendees who had problems.
“We want the justice system to establish fair compensation and compensation for all those who suffered from the lack of professionalism of the company that caused crowds at the doors of the premises, as well as the impossibility of accessing the contracted locations due to the fact that at the time of entering they were full due to lack of control, among other problems”, he explained. .
In this sense, the agency had maintained that more than 2,000 people filed official complaints about what happened on the night of September 27.
“They did not respect a series of basic consumer rights and has not been adopted They took the necessary measures to guarantee security,” they said.