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Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation

The fraudulent Ticketmaster email message below is a scam. The email was not sent from Ticketmaster and you should not open the attachment or respond to the email. Thousands of persons have received this email message, even persons who are currently not Ticketmaster customers and persons who have never done business with them.
Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation
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Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation


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Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation

The fraudulent Ticketmaster email message below is a scam. The email was not sent from Ticketmaster and you should not open the attachment or respond to the email. Thousands of persons have received this email message, even persons who are currently not Ticketmaster customers and persons who have never done business with them.

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Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message

From: ticket @ticketmaster.com.au
Subject: Your Ticket Order Confirmation

Thank you for purchasing tickets on Ticketmaster.

Your order number for this purchase is 14-24454/AUS.Complete order detail is attached to this e-mail.

You will receive your tickets via: International Express-Ticketmaster will mail these within 2 business days of the booking. Tickets usually arrive within 10 working days of posting.

Total Charge: AU $120.50

Thank you for adding Event Ticket Insurance to your order. You will be billed AU $13.00 (AU $6.50 per ticket) separately.

Please note: for any ticket-related issues, please continue to contact Ticketmaster Customer Service.

Thanks again for using Ticketmaster.

Return to Ticketmaster home.

You can always check your order and manage your preferences in My Ticketmaster.

Ticketmaster has released the following statement:

We have received reports of an email claiming to be from Ticketmaster confirming non-existent booking information. We are looking into this, please ignore this email.

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