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14th February

Two ticket touts who targeted shows including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have been found guilty of fraud, in a verdict branded “hugely significant” in the fight against misuse of the secondary market.

14th February
<strong></strong>Prolific ticket touts found guilty of fraud

Two of the UK’s most prolific ticket touts have been found guilty of fraud at the conclusion of a criminal case that could set some interesting precedents regarding what British law says about the unofficial resale of tickets for profit online.

14th February

Two online ticket touts, Peter Hunter and David Smith, have been found guilty of fraudulent trading after making millions reselling tickets for high profile gigs and plays.

14th February

TWO internet touts who resold tickets worth millions of pounds to high-profile events, including concerts by Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift, have been found guilty of fraud in a ‘landmark’ trial.

14th February

Two of the UK’s most prolific ticket touts have been found guilty of fraud at the conclusion of a criminal case that could set some interesting precedents regarding what British law says about the unofficial resale of tickets for profit online.

14th February

LEEDS, UK (CelebrityAccess) — Two men, purported to be the leading ticket resellers in the UK, have been found guilty of fraud in a case that may have wider ramifications for the secondary ticketing industry.

14th February

Two internet fraudsters who made millions of pounds reselling tickets for high profile events such as Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran concerts could be jailed following a landmark trial.

13th February
<strong></strong>Touts found guilty of fraud over £11m ticket reselling scheme

Two of the UK’s most prolific ticket touts have been found guilty of fraud, in an important case that could have significant implications for people who buy tickets to sell them for profit.

13th February
<strong></strong>Ticket touts found guilty of fraud in UK court

A pair of touts who made upwards of £10m reselling concert tickets have been found guilty of fraudulent trading in a "landmark case" at Leeds Crown Court, UK

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Ticket touts: Ed Sheeran and Harry Potter play ticket traders guilty of trade fraud

13th February
<strong></strong>Ticket touts who used computer bots to harvest £11m found guilty of fraud in landmark Leeds trial

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

UK-based ticket touts Peter Hunter and David Smith were found guilty of fraud today (February 11) over an £11 million reselling scheme.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold concert tickets worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraud in the first trial of its kind.

13th February

Two ticket touts have been found guilty of fraud in a verdict that could have far-reaching consequences for the secondary ticketing market. 

13th February

During the trial at Leeds Crown Court, defendants Peter Hunter and David Smith were described as "dishonest fraudsters motivated by greed"

13th February

  • Peter Hunter, 51, and David Smith, 66, used multiple identities to sell tickets
  • They used bots to buy tickets for £4m and sold them on websites for £10.8m
  • Prosecution is first of its kind in UK since investigation of reselling tickets began

13th February

Two ticket touts from the U.K. were found guilty of fraudulent trading and possessing an article for fraud at Leeds Crown Court on Thursday, Feb. 13.

13th February

Peter Hunter and David Smith - who traded as Ticket Wiz and BZZ - used multiple identifies and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets

13th February

Two ticket resellers who used bots to harvest and resell passes for £11m have been found guilty of fraud in a landmark ruling that could have implications for the resale industry.

13th February

Peter Hunter and partner David Smith have landed in hot water at court.Two supertouts who made at least £11 million by fleecing fans are facing jail tonight after a landmark ticketing trial branded them fraudsters.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to top music concerts for a profit of almost £7million have been found guilty of fraud following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

The landmark case at Leeds Crown Court marks the first successful prosecution against a company fraudulently reselling tickets on a large scale. It follows an investigation by the National Trading Standards eCrime Team, which is hosted by North Yorkshire County Council and City of York Council.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Ed Sheeran gives a concert at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on June 11, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. 

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet touts who resold tickets worth millions of pounds to high-profile events such as Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift concerts have been told by a judge they could be jailed following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two supertouts who made at least £11 million by fleecing fans are facing jail tonight after a landmark ticketing trial branded them fraudsters.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Internet ticket touts guilty of fraud in landmark trial

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

13th February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

1st February

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.