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Often victims only realise it’s a scam when they arrive at their destination, by which time the fraudster is long gone.
Scammers may want you to pay them by direct bank transfer, not through the website.
They may claim they have an ill relative or are stranded in a country they don’t want to be in.
They may not ask you directly for money, hoping instead that you’ll offer it out of the goodness of your heart. Never send money abroad to someone you’ve never met.
Pay for tickets using your credit card, it offers protection under the Consumer Credit Act if you’re scammed.This is a ploy to get you not to tell your family and friends, who’ll see the scam for exactly what it is. A scammer may ask you to accept money from them into your own bank account, using a convincing story as to why they can’t use their own account.The circumstances may seem genuine, but you could unwittingly be laundering money, a criminal offence.The scammer’s website will offer tickets that aren’t on sale yet or to sold-out events.You may even get the tickets you paid for, but at the event you find out they're fake, or have been reported as lost or stolen and are therefore invalid.
Sometimes victims travel to Gatwick and call police to report partner missing.