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We hear different kinds of stories of music fans falling prey to concert ticket frauds. Some get turned away in embarrassment at the concert venue gate having found from concert staff that their concert tickets are turning up as duplicates. There are also those who never get their concert tickets shipped to them despite having already paid the merchant. They found this merchant in a classified ads page, but they did not take enough time to verify whether he was selling legitimate concert tickets.

Despite stringent measures to protect buyers against con artists, these unscrupulous individuals still make a lot of effort get more sophisticated in their ways to catch unwary buyers. Taking off from one of the scenarios above, concert tickets can actually be duplicated in several ways. One is when legitimate sellers post full pictures of the concert tickets they are selling online. Though they mean to be honest by showing prospective buyers proof that they are selling authentic concert tickets, their carelessness is giving fraudsters a window of opportunity to copy their concert tickets. When scouring for concert tickets yourself on online classified ads or eBay and you find photos of concert tickets in Hamilton, make sure that the serial number and bar code are blurred out or excluded from the photos. The serial number and bar code are the two most important things that give each concert ticket valid identification.

Another way of duplicating a concert ticket involves the use of more complex methods. A buyer purchases an e-concert ticket, for example, and receives it through his e-mail. He then calls the concert ticket seller and claims that he accidentally deleted the e-mail. He is then reissued an e-concert ticket for the same seat and is e-mailed again. He now has two legitimate-searching concert tickets with him for the same seat that he can then sell separately. Victims of this modus who got their concert tickets from reputable sellers and brokers will still be able to get replacements or a refund; but those who bought their concert tickets from other sources may not get the same assurance.

A form of cheating fans is when bulk-buyers hoard concert tickets the moment they are made available to the public. They use advanced computer software to make their online purchases as fast and as many as possible. They will then sell them later at a much higher cost to the disappointment of genuine fans. While there is still no concrete solution for this unethical practice, there are a couple of ways to help fans get around it. The first is to purchase as early as possible from authorized and recognized sellers. This means making it to the seller's website about fifteen to thirty minutes before the concert tickets are officially put up for sale. Acquiring pre-selling codes can also help a lot. Pre-selling codes are often available at official fan club sites and credit card promos.

Another way to avoid buying from bulk concert ticket holders is to buy from fan-to-fan sites. They may not be official distributors but they are compassionate enough to their co-fans so as not to offer ridiculously high costs.

Ultimately, the best way to be safe against fraudsters and scalpers when buying concert tickets in Hamilton is to go to authorized or reputable sources. The concert tickets sold there are almost always authentic; should the unfortunate but rare incident of acquiring an invalid concert ticket occur customers will be offered replacements, refund or future discounts. Some reputable concert ticket brokers like hamiltonconcerts.info also allow cost haggling, which is great for those who are very concerned about cost.

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