Beware of reselling your tickets on ticketsnow.com or/and ticketmaster resell. It turns out, they are waiting to snach up your funds. Tickets Now has been arround for a long time in the secondary market for tickets for concerts, sports and theatre. They were bought out by Ticketmaster a few years ago to capitalize on the large marketshare of resell tickets. Stub Hub has been arround longer and are more trusted. For both of these a credit card is required to have on file so they can charge your card in case your tickets turn out to have a proble, Ticketsnow/ticketmaster takes it to a level that can’t be affordable to the average person. They will leed you along and let you sell for a while, then Geoffrey Gilbert comes arround and snoops into your account for NO REASON, then puts a hold on your payments (after you sell a few tickets with them) and “”LOCKS”” your account so you can’t list any more tickets or get paid for the one’s you sold. Then ticketsnow/icketmaster will wait for you to call to find out why. They know your number when they call by caller ID, they answer “”ARE YOU CALLING ABOUT YOUR BANNED ACCOUNT ?”” Then they forward you to Geoffrey Gilbert where he explains your “”HIGH RISK”” And goes on to verify you by calling other phone numbers that you may have in your house. The number they call from on your caller Id is just “”2197″” (you would think a 4 digit numer like this would be The White House, FBI, Ect.) .
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