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Mumford & Sons have said they hope that not too many "good, honest" fans were affected by a fake ticket scam. Around 100 people, including some from the United States, were turned away from the band's Portsmouth Guildhall gig in the UK on Thursday night (November 22). A fan named Paula Wynne told BBC News that she and her partner had purchased their invalid tickets for £200 from resale website Viagogo. Viagogo has announced that victims will be offered real tickets to another Mumford & Sons concert, or a voucher to the value of the amount the purchasers paid. Following reports that some of the fraudulent tickets had come from Seatwave, CEO (more) »


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