More than 80 victims have allegedly been defrauded out of thousands of pounds each after buying hospitality tickets for the Six Nations rugby tournament from an unauthorised seller, Which? can exclusively reveal. A company called ‘Elite Sports Hospitality’ charged over £10,000 for corporate boxes at Twickenham stadium before ‘cancelling’ the tickets and disappearing with the money. We explain how victims lost their money and how you can avoid being scammed by unauthorised ticket sellers.
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Google is banning secondary ticketing websites from implying they’re primary ticket sellers, and instructing them to be more transparent about pricing. Buying tickets for an event will often start with a simple online search, but the first page of results will usually feature secondary marketplaces such as Viagogo, GetMeIn, Seatwave and StubHub alongside official ticket agents – even if the event hasn’t yet sold out.
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