Fake Tickets to The FIFA World Cup 2014:
A PI’s tip off: How to avoid being ripped off buying fake tickets to the World Cup.
SCAMwatch, a leading Australian anti-scam and anti-fraud organisation, and FIFA are warning football fans to be vigilant when seeking to buy tickets to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil – it has been reported that numerous scam websites have emerged that aim to sell fake tickets.
If you’ve already purchased a ticket online and received it, it’s most likely that your ticket is a fake. FIFA has stated that it won’t be issuing tickets before April 2014 and, moreover, tickets are only sold via the www.FIFA.com website. No other websites have been authorised by FIFA to sell tickets.
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