As venues continue to reopen after the pandemic, scammers will be ready for a surge in ticket purchases. Many venues have reduced the number of open seats during a concert or event so tickets may be harder to come by.

Thanks to the internet, there are several ways for consumers to get tickets to an upcoming event. The downside is that there are also many traps to easily fall into. Clicking the wrong link or trusting the wrong website could lead to a fake ticket and lost funds.

Marjorie Stephens is president and CEO of the BBB serving Northern Indiana.

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