Mumford fans stung by fake secondary tickets

Tom Pakinkis

Mumford & Sons fans were turned away from a Portsmouth gig last night after receiving fake tickets from secondary ticketing sites.

The BBC reports that around 100 fans were refused entry to Portsmouth Guildhall, which is now working with Police to investigate the incident.

One fan told the BBC that her partner had obtained tickets – which proved to be fake – from secondary ticket website Viagogo for £200.

Viagogo competitor Seatwave also had its customers turned away from the ...

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