BOCA RATON, Fla. - A talent agency that promised to pay refunds to people who wanted them has completely shut down.
Interface Talent closed its Boca Raton location in May, but its New Jersey headquarters remained open.
Now the company has completely shut down.
The company blamed operational issues and the voicemail said they had no choice but to close the company while they explore other options.
Several weeks ago, Interface told the Consumer Watchdog that it would refund the customers who paid for a photo shoot but never got one.
Customers said those checks still haven't arrived.
In early August, the company also said it was working on a plan to address outstanding issues like photographers and make up artists who said they weren't paid, but now the company shut its doors.
When Interface closed its Boca office, the landlord alleges the company owed more than $74,000 in rent.
The Attorney General is still investigating the company and has received more than 200 complaints.
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