Racing-FC Metz (J33): caution in the face of illegal resales and counterfeit tickets

Racing-FC Metz (J33): caution in the face of illegal resales and counterfeit tickets
Racing-FC Metz (J33): caution in the face of illegal resales and counterfeit tickets

On the sidelines of the meeting between Racing and FC Metz on Sunday May 12 at 9 p.m., and while the tickets for this meeting were first sold as part of the NICE-METZ pack, the Club calls for vigilance from all of its supporters regarding the increase in fraud, falsification and resale of tickets.

We remind you that the only official ticket sales channel for Racing matches remains the official online ticketing available. here.

Any ticket purchase on another “online event ticket purchase & resale” platform, or through advertisements between individuals on specialized sites or social networks, exposes you to the acquisition of counterfeit tickets. or disabled, and the impossibility of access to the stadium on the day of the match.

As a reminder, any resale or offer to resell tickets is formally prohibited, in accordance with the general conditions of sale and use applicable to tickets and article L313-6-2 of the Penal Code.

Racing teams fight this phenomenon daily with the legal tools at their disposal, by reporting these announcements and sanctioning resellers offering tickets at incredible prices.

Racing condemns, once again, these actions and reaffirms its commitment to putting an end to these illegal practices, which penalize its loyal supporters and harm the proper organization of matches at the Meinau stadium.

Are you a witness or victim of a ticketing scam? We invite you to contact the appropriate services.

All information here

Together, let’s be vigilant!


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