Avoid Ticket Scam "Madness"

March 16, 2017

Columbus, OH -
“March Madness” is approaching as college basketball fans across the country look for tickets to see their favorite teams in action. Although some deals may seem exciting, BBB urges consumers to be smart when buying tickets.

When making purchasing decisions, consumers should consider buying tickets directly from the venue. If you are using a separate vendor to buy your tickets, be sure to do your research to verify that it is a company you can trust.

BBB urges basketball fans to remember: “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.” More tips on buying your March Madness tickets can be found by clicking here.

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