We went to work for dozens of people who say they had been scammed after they purchased tickets to a Houston concert festival called "Groove Fest."
The event was cancelled, then postponed for the spring of 2017.
The festival was set for MacGregor Park earlier this month.
The event then cancelled because not enough people purchased tickets, but a full refund was promised.
The Better Business Bureau was contacted to alert other consumers as well.
Sabrian Fleary says she was refunded some of her money but still out a hundred bucks she says they owe her.
We reached out to Groove Fest and Extreme Tickets and they say they are working to refund all the tickets sales back.
They say it's been a process because the charges were made over 90 days ago and they need to refund via check.