Your Wildest Dreams may include Taylor Swift tickets, but when hunting for them online, use caution.
Swifties are all too aware that Taylor Swift will be at So-Fi stadium just a few miles up Interstate 5 in two days. One might be having a terrible time trying to find tickets online because she'll be there for six shows.
If you're not careful while finding tickets for her show a scam designed to take advantage of your affection for Taylor Swift could cost you your money.
This is the summer's biggest event, and many people were unable to purchase tickets for the Eras Tour.
As a result, scammers target you because many of you are scouring the internet for that much sought-after ticket.
The sale of event tickets has allegedly been the subject of 18,609 complaints since January 2022, according to the Better Business Bureau.
Keep in mind that it is illegal to sell and buy concert tickets on social media sites like Instagram and Facebook Marketplace. Therefore, ignore any offers you see there.
Additionally, experts advise double-checking the ticket's date and time as well as the seat number. Keep in mind that anything that seems too wonderful to be true certainly is. The BBB, the Federal Trade Commission, and the attorney general's office are all places where you can file a complaint.