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commented 2017-01-29 20:18:28 -0500
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commented 2015-05-29 21:47:25 -0400
Hi I am Ken Lowson and I own a firm called 411Fan.com that is dedicated to the best interests of fans and makes 0 revenue from ticket transactions or markups instead we do group sales merchandise etc and use the secondary market to draw people to our site. Anyway I have a client who is say a B-movie star who only wants one ticket to EFM, is there anyway you would help a fan for 1 ticket or must he get scalped thanks.
commented 2015-04-03 14:02:25 -0400
Will the ticket fairness act

a) control scalping

b) stop coerce kids from standing in the queues for tickets on the black marketers behalf.
commented 2014-12-21 19:44:11 -0500
This fight is about far more than tickets. It’s about property rights. If you really own something you can sell it. Our government has always been about property confiscation. The ticket scam is just another example. BTW, I wrote my State Senator and he advised me that because he was not on the ticket fairness committee that there was nothing he could do although if it ever came up for a vote he would give it his consideration. What a lame cop-out. Actually, the answer to the ticket fairness scam is quit buying tickets to anything. Are these overpriced sports, concerts, and other venues really worth what they charge? I think not. If we all get fed up and do something else for entertainment things might change. (I doubt it) Merry Xmas,watch out for Robot Santa. Jack
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