Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation

Fraudulent Ticketmaster Email Message - Your Ticket Order Confirmation

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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

From: ticket
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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  • October 3, 2018 at 4:25 PM by an anonymous user from Woking, England, United Kingdom

    I had a scam email tonight purporting to be from ticketmaster. Stupidly I clicked on the link! It said it was a survey to see how my recent ticket delivery was!

    I haven't ordered any tickets from ticket master - I bought some tickets directly from ATG who are not linked!! I started going through the survey and then it dawned on me it was a scam. Am super worried.

    My email address must have gone to loads of phishing entities today, because I also had 2 paypal phishing ones, and an amazon phishing one!

    I am one of the people who had their BA details stolen and I wonder if its linked to that.


  • April 21, 2018 at 1:54 PM by an anonymous user from Bellevue, Washington, United States

    I recently received an email from it has no contents, one attachment. I tried to preview the attachment and it didn't show, but a popup saying it's saved in "email attachment". I shouldn't have even previewed it. I'm not sure whether the attachment contains malware or malicious content...


    • April 21, 2018 at 3:23 PM by info

      Use your antivirus software to scan your computer for viruses.


  • June 26, 2013 at 4:49 AM by an anonymous user from Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

    The dutch ticket is like this:

    "Bedankt voor uw aankoop bij Ticketmaster

    Uw bestelling:

    Aantal: 2

    Heineken Music Hall

    woensdag, 30 junI 2013 20:00

    Totale kosten: 172.00

    Bezorgmethode : Standaard post

    Bedankt voor het gebruikmaken van

    Dit bericht bevestigt uw bestelling. Print deze bevestigings e-mail uit voor uw

    administratie. Wij doen ons best om nauwkeurig te zijn, wij kunnen niet verantwoordelijk worden gehouden voor veranderingen, afgelastingen of verschuivingen

    na het versturen van dit bericht.

    Uw tickets worden binnen 14 dagen naar uw adres verzonden.

    Als u vragen heeft, kunt u contact met ons opnemen via

    --- --- ---

    Translated into English:

    hey dutch text is like this: Thank you for your purchase from Ticketmaster Your order:

    Number: 2 Heineken Music Hall Wednesday, June 30, 2013 20:00 Total cost: 172.00

    Delivery Method: Standard post Thanks for using This message confirms your order. Print this confirmation e-mail for the record. We do our best to be accurate, we can not be held responsible for changes, cancellations or changes after sending this message. Responsible Your tickets will be sent to your address within 14 days. If you have any questions, please contact us via


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