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Rugby World Cup 2015 Ticket Fraud or Scams

Rugby World Cup is the second biggest sporting event ever hosted in the UK and it is targeted by gangs of touts or criminal networks who wish to profit in millions illegally from defrauding innocent fans from around the world.
Rugby World Cup 2015 Ticket Fraud or Scams
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Rugby World Cup 2015 Ticket Fraud or Scams


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Rugby World Cup 2015 Ticket Fraud or Scams

Rugby World Cup is the second biggest sporting event ever hosted in the UK and it is targeted by gangs of touts or criminal networks who wish to profit in millions illegally from defrauding innocent fans from around the world.

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These highly trained criminals will use state-of-the-art software which allows them to acquire a lot of tickets for resale at exorbitant prices to the fans. Supporters are advised to be on the alert of people selling fake Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets online and not to purchase tickets from unlicensed vendors but instead to use the proper channel of purchasing tickets and packages only from the official Rugby World Cup 2015 site in order to prevent ticket fraud.

If you fail to purchase your ticket from the official site you will become a victim of fraud, and not get your money back. When you buy from other websites, you will potentially be supporting other aspects of criminality and when you present these counterfeit tickets upon entry you will be denied entry to see the games.

Fans you are encouraged only to buy tickets through the official Ruby World Cup 2015 ticketing website priced from an affordable £7 and cost an average of £32-£35.You can also reduce the risk of identity fraud by buying from the official site, which requires you to create an account on the official tournament site before applying for your tickets.

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