I'm not suggesting anyone lied. I'm offering there might be selective truth .. I don't know .. as YOU don't know. And regardless of representation, it's tough to be complicit if you don't get the material."Maybe there was an email..." is just a bald face fabrication on your part, and the you take the even more egregious step of suggesting that the customer AND the consumer reporter are both liars. Sorry Steve, but this is seriously lacking in integrity.
It makes no difference at all if the DJ was subcontracted. Which BTW speaks to the integrity of the reporter, who throughout the story refers to "the company" with respect to all the promises that were made. As far as the DJ, he accepted the role of representing "the company" and is fully complicit in the outcome.
Lack of integrity also applies to those who proclaim guilt without proper proof. It's easy to try someone in the court of opinion.