Christina fans want a refund for the 2003 and 2004 canceled concerts.
The coming back of pop diva Christina Aguilera into the music biz does success. The singer hit hard the music scene with her new chart-topping single "Ain't No Other Man".
As she's about to regain her status and popularity, fans of the self-called Xtina, are wondering when they'll get their money back for tickets they bought for her concerts in 2003 and 2004 that she canceled, claiming strained vocal chords as the main cause.
Concerning the refund, it is FansRule, the company the pop diva hired to run her website and fan club, who is in charge. FansRule is currently being run by a bankruptcy court since filing for Chapter 11 in November of 2003, and still owes fans refunds for the canceled shows. That's for you to know.
As of Christina, the singer has through her attorneys issued a notice to fans, posted on her website, urging those with claims to submit their information to the court. Aguilera says on her site she has personally arranged through her attorneys to ensure that fans will all be reimbursed. She also says that any money due to her and her company from FansRule should be used to satisfy her fans.