Anyone who bought resold tickets for Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, One Direction or Taylor Swift through StubHub.com, Ticketmaster, eBay, Craig's List or another online secondary market during the past four years.
If you bought resold concert tickets for Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, One Direction or Taylor Swift through StubHub.com or any other online secondary market, you may have been ripped off. Read on to find out what may have happened – and how you could get your money back.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys are trying to determine whether certain pop artists broke consumer protection laws when tickets to their concerts were sold through online secondary markets including:
They are investigating whether Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Taylor Swift scalped a portion of their tickets on these websites and then received a kickback for each sale.
Who Are You Guys Anyway?
ClassAction.org is online informational resource that provides news coverage on class action lawsuits and other matters of interest to consumers. We have established relationships with class action lawyers across the country. At times, these attorneys will come to us with inside information on possible fraud against consumers. We then help the lawyers facilitate their investigations by connecting them with people who may have been affected by the issue at hand.
So What Can I Do?
A lawsuit has not been filed and it is possible that a lawsuit may never be filed against these artists. Still, attorneys would like to investigate whether certain pop stars are scalping their own tickets and getting kickbacks in return, and need to hear from people who bought these tickets to help with their investigation.