According to a CBC News and Toronto Star leaked Thursday, Ticketmaster will be seeking a professional spar to gain more money from customers and expand the reseller business.
In July, newspaper reporters penetrated the ticket summit of the industry convention held in Las Vegas. Ticketmaster official said to reporters that the resale division did not report the scarper using robots and fake identities to purchase multiple tickets and resell at higher prices on the site. Ticketmaster makes money with additional resale fee.
A reporter with Ticketmaster said, "According to CBC, there are literally hundreds of brokers with accounts." "This is not something we will see or report"
Ticketmaster and its owner Live Nation did not immediately respond to comment requests.
Last year, Ticketmaster created a ticket sales tool called TradeDesk. This allows sellers to download tickets purchased from their website and sell them immediately. You can easily raise or lower the price of multiple tickets according to demand.
According to Ticketmaster's terms of service, customers can not "order tickets for events beyond the limit set for the event". This number is usually 6 or 8. Also, "The use of automated means to purchase tickets is strictly forbidden.
However, dealers who violate these rules are not at risk.
"We will not spend time watching your Ticketmaster.com account, I do not mind what you purchased, I do not mind," says the sales manager at The TradeDesk.
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