Ticket Network, owned by Donald Vaccaro, is a sleazy company that enables other sleazy ticket brokers to scam unsuspecting people. They have been investigated by the Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, and have active complaints with that agency at this time. Tickets Plus, which is owned by Donald Vaccaro has an F rating with the Connecticut Better Business Bureau.
They have websites that look exactly the official websites of the venue that you have done an inmternet search for. Once at that website, they count on the unsuspecting person to believe that they are at the official venue website, and trust that site. This is what happened to my girlfriend. She thought she was at a website she could trust because they make it look "official", so she didn't read the "fine print" disclaimer. Once she purchased her tickets, she received an invoice from a company she never heard from (tickets plus) and realized she had been scammed. Within 1 hour of the transaction, and before her credit card had even been charged, she contacted them with her concerns about the F rating with the BBB, as well as the fact that she thought she had been dealing with the Official venue, and asked for the transaction to be voided. They laughed at her and told her that all sales are final, no matter what. This is just wrong, and I will make it my mission in life to make Donald Vaccaro, and his various companies held accountable for their sleazy business practices.
I would like all those who have been scammed by Donald Vaccaro, and Ticket Network to remember one thing. They may be able to use their money, and their lawyers to win battles in the court of law, but their business absolutely depends on the Courte Of Public Opinion. If Ticket Network is pubically exposed for what they really are, if their scammin practices are pubically exposed, the rest of the general public will learn from our mistakes and not purchase tickets from them, or their sleazy partners in crime. Ticket Network will have an employee respond to my complaint, and they will say all the right things, and spin it just the right way, because they know that the more the public starts becomming aware of their sleazy practices, the more their business (and I use that term loosely) suffers.
If you want to make them pay for scamming you, the best approach to take after you have contacted the BBB, the Attorney General, and the elected officials in their state of Connecticut, is to go to every possible place where people buying tickets may go, and expose them. The entertainment sections of newspapers around the country is a great place to start.