RCMP warn of Cavendish Beach Music Festival ticket scam

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RCMP are sounding a word of caution to people buying tickets to the Cavendish Beach Music Festival.

They’re investigating a case of fraud involving tickets being resold online.

RCMP say Halifax Regional Police were contacted Monday, after two copies of the same ticket showed up in Halifax.

The private, online seller claimed to have a pair of $500 V.I.P. weekend passes for sale, and was willing to let them go for $300 each or best offer.

The problem was spotted when people showed up at an early-bird event in Halifax to get their wrists bands.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.