Viagogo makes itself exempt from UK law by switching to Switzerland

[Update: A Viagogo representative has told Music Week that the company "doesn't and won't re-sell Olympic tickets"]

Speaking to Music Week, a Viagogo representative said that although the firm was now not bound by British law, it would stick to its customer guarantee which "goes far beyond any UK trading regulations".

According to filings with Companies House, Viagogo UK changed its name to Consolidated Information Services Ltd. last month, before liquidating its assets.

Meanwhile, it set up a new company ...

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