Class action lawsuit against Ticketmaster and its so-called “official platinum” seats

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Class Action Claim Against Ticketmaster and Its “Official Platinum” Seats

US company accused of misleading customers to do more money.

A request has been made to the court to bring a class action against Ticketmaster, alleging that this American ticket sales company intentionally misled customers to make more money. #x27;money.

In the motion for authorization, filed in Superior Court in Laval, the Montreal firm LPC Avocats points out that the representative of the possible class action purchased two official platinum tickets last week, at $789.54 each, for a show by Drake on July 14 at the Bell Center in Montreal.

But the day after this purchase, a second Drake concert was announced for Montreal and Ticketmaster was selling the same seats for $427.06 each, argues the LPC firm in the motion for authorization to bring a class action.

The petition argues that Ticketmaster advertised its official platinum tickets as among the best seats in the amphitheater. However, the plaintiff indicates that these seats were in fact in the upper tiers of the Bell Centre.

In the motion for authorization, the lawyers wish that all persons in Canada who purchased an official platinum ticket on Ticketmaster's website or mobile app be reimbursed for the price difference, in addition to $300 in damages.

They also want seek an injunction from the court to restrain Ticketmaster from using the official platinum label to sell seats.

The allegations contained in the motion have not been tested in court and the Superior Court of Quebec has not yet decided whether to give the green light to this class action.

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