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Well-known ticket resale websites are in breach of the law.

Written on Fri 23 Oct 2015

Research by Which? has revealed that listings on some well-known ticket resale websites are in breach of the law.

No surprise there!

The Consumer Rights Act requires that key details be given at the time of resale, including the face value of the ticket, seating area as well as any restrictions that apply.

Which? executive director Richard Lloyd said: ‘It’s unacceptable that these ticket resale sites are getting away with not providing fans with key ticket information, leaving them unsure whether their ticket is a good deal, where they’ll be seated or if they’ll even get in.’

They found that

Which? also has produced a series of guides that help buyers to navigate through the murky and unclear waters of the secondary ticketing market.

More information is at http://www.which.co.uk/news/2015/10/ticket-site-listings-breach-consumer-rights-act-419463/



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