THE Hong Kong Rugby Football Union (HKRFU) has warned the public not to buy Hong Kong Sevens hospitality packages from unauthorised companies. 'Official hospitality packages can only be sold by the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union and no one else,' Des McGahan, managing director of PRISM, the tournament's public relations company, said. 'We have been getting many inquiries from the public about a company offering packages. All we can say is don't purchase them. 'This company is misrepresenting the tournament. We are thinking of taking legal advice on this issue.' Packages are currently being offered for groups of '10 patrons' for next year's Hong Kong Sevens. A promotional brochure faxed to prospective clients boasts, among other things, a champagne reception, breakfast, a four-course gourmet luncheon and afternoon buffet. The cost for 10 people is $59,000 plus 15 per cent service charge. The packages also offer seating which has been allocated to tournament sponsors Cathay Pacific and HongkongBank. 'This company has been sending out a photocopy of the seating area in the stadium from a previous year's programme and pointing out that the seats on offer will be in an area which is usually set aside for the title sponsors of the tournament,' McGahan added. 'This is total misrepresentation of the facts.' Dave Roberts, chief executive of the HKRFU yesterday admitted that the Union had no idea how tickets would be available for the packages. 'Most probably it could be through people lining up for tickets at the public sale. But there is no way we can prove if there is a case of ticket touting here because they are providing the tickets as part of a package.'