If you're considering giving celebrities free rides to incentivize them into becoming long-term clients, you might want to do some of the credit card processing and other protocols you do for everyone else. Limousine operators in Central Texas have learned this the hard way from "Austin Hedge," a San Antonio phony with the real name of Terry Lenn Sanders. He's accused of thieving $20,000 in service from private limousine services. He told them he was a famous musician trying to keep a low profile and tour the area with his son. They should have told him they'd be happy to set up a contract with him and charge his card.
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