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_Alcoholic
01-31-2007, 05:38 AM
Simple question:

I bought the 3-day like everyone else, only to see Rage & some Sat. acts. Don't care for the Friday ticket and want to sell it for face value. However, it being emailed to me and being in PDF format, would someone be able to counterfeit any of the other days, using my order number, or screw around with TM and get the tickets re-issued? I know the barcodes are different, I just don't want to be SOL after helping people out and selling them face value. Any info helps folks.

prison sex
01-31-2007, 06:16 AM
I wondered this myself. What's to stop someone from printing the tickets out and then selling them to someone else. All you would have to do is get to the venue earlier than the other person each day.

_Alcoholic
01-31-2007, 06:42 AM
Yeah there's some sketchy people out there. Anyone ever heard of being able to have your tickets re-issued in paper form??

Why the hell did I have them emailed to me? I'm an idiot. It's three months away!

empty
02-01-2007, 03:55 PM
call TM to re-issue you hard tix, they will void pdfs, ive done that before

rebeldread
02-01-2007, 07:17 PM
even easier than that...just print them and mail them only the ones you want them to have...

_Alcoholic
02-01-2007, 08:05 PM
I broke them apart already in three seperate PDF's, but having my name and order number on the ticket makes me kind of sketched...

I'll call TM and re-issue them hard copy. That'd be ideal. Thanks a lot man.

KRINGER
02-02-2007, 11:29 AM
I'll call TM and re-issue them hard copy. That'd be ideal.

If I were to buy an email ticket [from somebody else] would I be able to have TM issue a hard copy as well or do you have to be the purchaser? Might be a silly question but does anyone have any clue?

vinylmartyr
02-02-2007, 11:30 AM
No clue

kidawful
02-02-2007, 03:36 PM
I've been wondering the same thing myself as I'm also selling a couple tickets, so I called up Ticketmaster to speak with a CSR about it.

He said that anytime someone calls to inquire about an order, make any changes, etc. that they always ask for the name, mailing address, and last four digits of the credit card given when the order was made before they actually do anything. And sure enough those are things he asked me for before I could ask him a single thing. So you should feel safe about your order unless someone at Ticketmaster really drops the ball. Don't take my word for it of course and call Ticketmaster up yourself to verify that your Sat&Sun tickets won't be messed with.

Hope this helps!