We do understand that it’s a disappointment if your idol ticket is sold out but you need to be careful when you buy a resell ticket
Social Media Star, Jinnyboy was a the latest victim as he bought a Fake Concert Ticket
Jinnyboy, a founder of the famous JinnyBoyTV YouTube channel was ripped off RM1,500 by purchasing a fake Jay Chou Concert ticket.
He has express and highlighted his experience on his Facebook account and received several hundred reactions and almost 200 shares from fans by yesterday afternoon.
He said that his wife was keen to watch Jay Chou concert and she was contacted by a guy who said he has tickets. The reason he has given is that he has just broken up with his girlfriend and he’s not interested to go to the concert anymore.
“On Jan 5, a guy showed up at our home at about 10.30pm saying he was asked to deliver the tickets to us at a cost of RM1,500,” he said, which he paid up for the ticket
On the concert day, Jinnyboy was surprised that he was stopped by the gatekeeper when he was trying to enter the concert venue at Stadium Merdeka. They were told the tickets were fake as the ticket were missing the security watermark, visible only under ultraviolet light.
As per netizen comments on his Facebook post, seems like there are quite a number of people that has fallen to this scam.
We do understand that all die hard fans will do whatever it takes to see their idol real life but please be-careful of fake concert ticket scam.