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Chiang Mai students scammed into buying sold-out concert tickets

A group of Chiang Mai students thought they were getting a good deal, but were scammed into buying sold-out concert tickets by an online ticket scalper. The 4 students, who remain unnamed, transferred almost 4,000 baht to a Twitter account, only later to be blocked by the account holder and losing their money.

The students thought they were buying the 950 baht tickets to the Chiang Yai Fest on November 20-22, but a Twitter scammer by the name of Num, took their money.

The students reported the incident to police while showing proof of their bank transfers.

SOURCE: Pattaya Mail

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