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TickPick

TickPick

2/16/19

This company does not care how the sellers get the tickets, all they care about is $. I warned them that it was 100% impossible for the seller to have these tickets at the date posted. I contacted the a week before the event and the venue and they said the tickets were not assigned nor guareenteed for the sale that I made. They confirmed that my sale was "not a legitimate sale" as tickets had not been released and were still questionable if they would release them in my section that I paid for 2 months prior to the date!

THIS IS SPECULATIVE SELLING! In your guidelines on YOUR Website, a seller cannot post tickets unless they have them, or will have them at a later date. They have to have ownership or possession. The venue said there was zero guarantee they would sell the tickets 1 week prior to the event. How can I purchase them 2 months prior to the event from a seller that doesn't even have the tickets. The seller wouldn't meet me until 1 hour prior to the game. Thank god the seller actually did otherwise I woulda been out thousands of dollars on a wasted trip.

I contacted customer service on TICKPICK and they basically said they dont care as the service was fulfilled and that the seller was reputable/licensed. YOU CANT OWN THESE SEATS 2 months let alone 1 week prior to the event.? Not sure how you can argue with the Venue's director.

REALLY? FOLLOW YOUR OWN Written POLICYS. I basically took a huge risk while tickpick didnt give a crap. Espn wrote a good article on how dirty Speculative selling is. Scroll down to the bottom and you will see TickPick is right in the middle of it now.

http://www.espn.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/25771518/how-wild-world-super-bowl-ticket-brokering-burn-regular-fans

"Speculative ticket sales on the TickPick marketplace are not allowed and we have processes in place to monitor this activity," Goldberg said in the email.

Ferguson, the Washington attorney general, defines a speculative ticket seller as "someone who sells an item that the seller does not own at the time of sale; before delivery of the item is required to the buyer, the seller purchases the item from a third party."

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