Police warn of missing Olympic tickets
Tue, 24 Jul 2012 12:03p.m.
By 3 News online staff
Police are warning New Zealanders against purchasing Olympic and Paralympic tickets from a number of websites run by the company Euroteam.
Euroteam is being investigated amid warnings from Britain's metropolitan police that people may not receive tickets purchased through the company.
Anyone who has bought tickets from Euroteam should contact police.
London Metropolitan Police warn that the following websites are operated by Euroteam and as such should be avoided:
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29/07/2012 12:29:27 p.m.
so what the f' received already 4 emails from euroticket - bought tickets already half a year ago and supposed to travel to the olympics soon ... still have no tickets and forwarded local uk address where they should be deliverd too - very disappointed about that whole mess - angry feelings from austria
27/07/2012 10:10:31 p.m.
j'ai acheté 2 billets pour le 09/08 au stade olympique et à ce jour je n'ai toujours rien reçu. Puis je encore expérée les avoir ou me suis je fais arnaquée???
26/07/2012 11:14:28 a.m.
Robert A. Heringa wrote:
Thank you for paying attention to this scandalous way of making money. It costs me over 400 Euro's and the pain of not sitting at the swim-finals as a fan of Ranomi Kromowidjojo!For the Netherlands:Europees Consumenten Centrum in UtrechtECC [email@example.com]will send complaints to Norwegian sister-company who receives lots of complaints from Norwegian buyers of Olympic Tickets via Euroteamtickets, with headquarter in Oslo.
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