- Report: #436761
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Complaint Review: Ticketmaster
Ticketmaster1000 Corporate Landing Charleston, West Virginia U.S.A.
Ticketmaster Heartless Brainless Greedy Monopoly My son's 12 year old cat died the night of the Yankee spring training game in Tampa. Charleston West Virginia
I called Ticketmaster 3 times and FYE twice that night. While they jerked me around for almost 2 hours, nobody got to use those tickets, and my son was cheated out of the birthday gift I bought for him. I wrote a letter to Ticketmaster's Customer Care office in Charleston, WV, and today I got another dissmiss letter from one of their flunkies that basically said we can't refund your money. As I explained in the letter I wrote to both Ticketshyster and the Mall Manager where the FYE store is located, I DID NOT request a refund. I requested, over and over again, to EXCHANGE the tickets for another game on another date.
While these corporate muggers jerked me around, the clock was ticking, and 7 PM came and nobody got to see the game. I would think my $96 might be worth very little to a behemoth like Ticketmaster, and if they would have been gracious enough to change the tickets my son never got to use for three tickets for a different game, that would be priceless in terms of building good customer relations. But no.. Ticketmaster is a robotic megalopoly and it doesn't give a d**n about building relationships with its customers. It eats customers. It will never get my money again. Neither will FYE. They will get plenty of free publicity on my blog
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/23/2009 11:58 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ticketmaster/Charleston-West-Virginia-25311/Ticketmaster-Heartless-Brainless-Greedy-Monopoly-My-sons-12-year-old-cat-died-the-night-o-436761. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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