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Beware of Fake World Series Tickets

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The Rhode Island attorney general’s office warns Sox fans of fake tix.

Attorney General Peter Kilmartin’s office warned Sox fans that they need to be on the lookout for ‘unscrupulous people,’ looking to bank of the Sox first trip to the World Series since 2007. He also warns against inflated prices.

He says it’s always best to purchase through brokers approved by Major League Baseball. He recommends purchasing with a credit card rather than cash or wire transfers.

Ticket retailers are not allowed to charge more than $3 or 10% of the ticket price (whatever is greater) as a service fee.

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