Pittsburgh, PA – October 28, 2011 – Consumers across the country are reporting scam emails that appear to be from ticket company StubHub. The emails try to lure recipients into sharing credit card information by falsely alerting consumers they are being charged for expensive boxing tickets to a match in Nevada.
StubHub says this scam has been hitting since 7 AM yesterday morning, and they have had many consumer complaints. Anyone who has a StubHub account (and some who haven’t) may be at risk.
How the scam works:
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