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May 12, 2017, 09:17:02 AM
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Hey all,

I have 4 Ed Sheeran tickets for November 11th in Singapore. Proof: http://imgur.com/a/iDqQD

They are all Cat 5 row 35. Currently, Ed Sheeran tickets are reselling on Viagogo and StubHub for around $2000-4000 SGD. However, to register for Viagogo and StubHub you need a valid debit/credit card and VCCs don't work (for verification purposes) therefore I am unable to scalp, and my friends are only willing to pay $20-30 above retail.

I'm letting go each ticket for merely 428 USD. It is a pdf e-ticket.

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May 12, 2017, 02:17:13 PM
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It's going to be difficult for you to sell this with a negative reputation and no way to prove the ticket exists until the buyer shows up at the door. Surely you have a family member or friend who will list the ticket for you on viagogo, if this is indeed legit.
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May 12, 2017, 02:23:21 PM
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It's going to be difficult for you to sell this with a negative reputation and no way to prove the ticket exists until the buyer shows up at the door. Surely you have a family member or friend who will list the ticket for you on viagogo, if this is indeed legit.

The negative link is for a dumb reason and I have further proof of purchase which I can provide via PM. If you are trusted I will gladly go first with the tickets.

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May 12, 2017, 03:20:28 PM
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It's going to be difficult for you to sell this with a negative reputation and no way to prove the ticket exists until the buyer shows up at the door. Surely you have a family member or friend who will list the ticket for you on viagogo, if this is indeed legit.

The negative link is for a dumb reason and I have further proof of purchase which I can provide via PM. If you are trusted I will gladly go first with the tickets.

If you are planning a similar transaction to viagogo, the money the buyer pays should be held with an escrow who doesn't pay out until a week after the concert and confirmation the ticket actually worked.
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May 13, 2017, 09:12:21 PM
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If you are planning a similar transaction to viagogo, the money the buyer pays should be held with an escrow who doesn't pay out until a week after the concert and confirmation the ticket actually worked.

Exactly.

Offering something like 10x returns ($328 to $2000-4000) should always be treated with a lot of suspicion.
An escrow till after the concert would help... but I have a feeling OP wouldn't be too interested in it  Wink

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May 13, 2017, 11:42:48 PM
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If you are planning a similar transaction to viagogo, the money the buyer pays should be held with an escrow who doesn't pay out until a week after the concert and confirmation the ticket actually worked.

Exactly.

Offering something like 10x returns ($328 to $2000-4000) should always be treated with a lot of suspicion.
An escrow till after the concert would help... but I have a feeling OP wouldn't be too interested in it  Wink

I'm perfectly happy with someone trusted holding the money until the concert is over as these tickets are 100% genuine.

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May 14, 2017, 04:00:16 AM
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im interested but only willing to pay 800usd for 4 tix.

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