n November 11 I tried to purchase 5 tickets from the Shen Yuen Ballet. I thought I was purchasing from the Ballet, and the price of each ticket was $80. The website kept redirecting me to different sites. I never received a confirmation email from any merchant after I attempted to buy Shen Yun tickets. I never received a disclosure on a web page of a total amount I had been charged. Afterward, I could not find the website again, and I thought the tickets were not purchased since I did not receive any confirmation. On December 24th I saw on my credit card bill an amount charged that was over $986.00. I called Events Tickets on December 24th, December 25th, and December 26th, and I was told it was too late to undo the transaction and that the tickets were really sold by a different company and that I should call 818-574-5048. There was no answer at this number. I called this number again the following day and again there was still no answer. I believe this charge is fraudulent and I demand a refund. I will not use the tickets. I disputed the charges with my credit cart company. On the legitimate Shen Yun website, the tickets are still $80.00 with a service fee of $10.00. To buy 5 tickets today, including service fees, the total would be $450. I discovred that the number 818-574-5048 belongs to Aaron Song of Song Ticketing and it has numerous complaints against it with various agencies including the Better Business Bureau and the Ripoff Scams. I believe Events Tickets is a fraudulent site and run by scalpers and I demand a 100% refund. This matter will be reported to the Massachusetts Attorney General Consumer Protection Bureau.
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