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King William Fair warning public of 'Fall Festival' scam

King William Fair said the 'Fall Festival' event is a scam and is advising people to not give money to jerryadams418@gmail.com.
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This Oct. 24, 2016, photo shows dollar bills in New York. Fraudsters are increasingly picking up the phone and trying to steal your money by pretending to be a government worker or a family member in trouble. In 2016, impostor scams overtook identity theft to become the second-most reported fraud, according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

SAN ANTONIO — King William Fair is warning people of a scam going around that's promoting a 'Fall Festival'.

Officials with King William Fair said the 'Fall Festival' event is not associated with the King William Association and that the address for the 'event' is currently a chiropractic office who also confirmed the 'event' is a scam.

The 'event' was being promoted for Sept. 17-18 and Sept. 24-25 at 1032 South Alamo.

King William Fair says to NOT give your money to jerryadams418@gmail.com. 

They also remind everyone that events associated with their company can be found on their social media pages.

You can view their Facebook post here.

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