Photo: Hannah Maturin
A resident of the UK paid nearly three thousand pounds for two tickets to a show that was listed in the list of the last wishes of her dying father. According to The Daily Mail, the British did not attend the event, because faced with fraud.
30-year-old Hannah Maturin (Maturin Hannah) decided in advance to attend to the tickets for the famous annual Proms in London and in April bought them on the website, were listed first in the Google search. The website proved popular service Viagogo, which is used by Resellers of tickets. The result Maturin paid 2 959 pounds (nearly 272 thousand).
A few days before the event, the girl contacted the service since and have not received the tickets. It turned out that the seller probably wasn’t even going to provide a purchase. As a replacement service was offered tickets for 87 pounds each (almost 8 thousand) and refused to refund the difference in 2 785 pounds (nearly 256 thousand rubles).
Maturin has refused this transaction and complained to reporters. Her father named John who is struggling with cancer, cried when she found out about the situation. Representatives Viagogo refused to comment on the situation.
Promenade concerts of “bi-Bi-si”, or “Bi-bi-si Proms” — the largest in the UK London’s annual international music festival.
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