Housing Pirate Information
What is a “housing pirate”?
Commonly referred to as “housing pirates” or “housing bandits,” these companies that phone or email attendees and exhibitors claiming to offer discounted deals on hotel rooms. They often falsely claim to be affiliated with ASC/ASEF.
No ASC or ASEF authorized organization will contact you about the ASC’22 hotels or housing. Unless you have reached out to ASC’22 directly regarding housing, do not provide anyone with your personal information, especially your credit card number. If you provide your credit card information to one of these companies, your card may be charged and there is no guarantee you will have a room upon arrival in Honolulu.
If you are contacted by someone asking you if you need a room for ASC’22 or representing themselves as the ASC’22 Housing Bureau or Centennial Conferences, please:
- Get as much information as possible, such as the name of the company, the name of the person calling, company address, email address and their telephone number. The more information you are able to collect, the better for us to stop them from contacting others. If possible, please request information such as hotel availability and rates or have them send you the information via email.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details you are able to provide.
2022 Known Pirates to Date
- Mike Anderson, Laughlin, Nevada
Phone number: 702-509-7473
Phone number: 888-808-0988
Email Address: email@example.com
- Conventioneers, LLC
Phone Number: 800-462-0650
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Harry Hart, Nevada
Phone number: 702-827-5293