Imagine you’re planning a night out with the family so you jump on Google to search for tickets to an event or show. The first hit brings up an absolute bargain so you enter in your details and hit ‘Buy’. Only to find out moments later you’ve been conned out of hundreds more than you thought.
This is exactly what happened to the Triple M Grill Team’s Gus Worland when he found himself over $1,000 out of pocket purchasing tickets to a show on online ticketing website ViaGoGo.
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To find out exactly why this happened and how ViaGoGo get away with it, we called in our resident tech expert Trevor Long who had some extraordinary insight on how they and similar websites are scamming people all across the world.
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