Ticketmaster TradeDesk Scalping Scheme
Did you purchase secondary market tickets through one of Ticketmaster’s “fan-to-fan” resale sites or from TicketsNow?
Reports indicate that Ticketmaster accepts kickbacks by secretly facilitating ticket sales through scalpers at a higher cost, collecting profits from both the original and secondary sales of tickets.
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Ticketmaster has actually facilitated the sale of tickets to the secondary market in order to receive a second cut on each ticket—one that is even more than the cut Ticketmaster received on the original ticket sale.
"Fan-to-fan" sites involved include:
ABOUT THE SCALPING SCHEME
According to media reports, Ticketmaster recently introduced the TradeDesk “professional reseller program,” an online inventory-management application allowing scalpers to purchase and resell large quantities of tickets on Ticketmaster’s website.
The TradeDesk platform allows Ticketmaster to cash in twice on the sale of tickets. For example, “if Ticketmaster collects $25.75 on a $209.50 ticket on the initial sale, when the owner posts it for resale for $400 on the site, the company stands to collect an additional $76 on the same ticket.”1
YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS
Our firm hopes to achieve relief for the many Ticketmaster customers who purchased inflated resale tickets through TradeDesk and an injunction forcing LiveNation to end its secret scalping scheme. Hagens Berman believes that those who unknowingly paid high prices for scalped tickets facilitated by Ticketmaster deserve compensation for the wrongdoing and profiteering of this corporation.
Hagens Berman believes that the nation's largest corporations have a duty to tell consumers the truth.
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