Possible Shania Twain ticket fraud

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Tickets for Shania Twain in Saskatoon next year go on general sale on Friday and fans are already being warned of possible fraudsters and scalpers.

The Consumer Protection Division of the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) said the risk is with fake or overpriced tickets listed by resellers.

The FCAA recommends the best way to ensure paying a fair price for a real ticket is to buy from a primary seller, like Ticketmaster.

Fans are warned that third-party resellers profit by using automated bots to quickly scoop up large quantities of tickets – only to sell them for far more than face value. The FCAA said buying from scalpers worsens the problem.

Shania Twain plays at SaskTel Centre in May, 2018.

Read more at CJME

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.