In 2017, there were at least 120 reports of online purchase scams involving the sale of concert tickets. The victims received fake, invalid tickets or did not receive the tickets after payments were made. The public are advised on the following: • Don’t be impulsive – Be wary of online advertisements of concert/show tickets at cheap prices that sound too good to be true! Do not buy on impulse. • Don’t believe – Scammers may use a local bank account or provide a copy of a NRIC/driver’s licence to make you believe that they are genuine sellers. Do not fall for it! • Purchase tickets only from authorised sellers as far as possible. To seek scam-related advice, you may call the National Crime Prevention Council’s anti-scam helpline at 1800-722-6688 or go to www.scamalert.sg. Reminder: No refunds will be made to any ticket purchase from non-authorised points of sale

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