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People have had difficulty getting their money back under the guarantees offered by the websites.
The CMA said there is even evidence of businesses advertising tickets for sale that they do not yet own and may not be able to supply.
CMA chief executive, Andrea Coscelli, (correct) said: 'Secondary ticketing websites can offer an important service – by allowing people the chance to buy tickets at the last minute or giving them a chance to re-sell tickets they can no longer use.'But our investigation has identified concerns that the law protecting consumers is being broken.'Thousands of people use these sites and they have a right to know if there is a risk that they will be turned away at the door, who they've bought their ticket from or exactly what seat at the venue they're getting for their money.'He added: 'We are putting our concerns to these websites and will be requiring the changes necessary to tackle them.
'We will use the full range of our powers to get the right outcome for these sites' customers – including taking action through the courts if needed.' The move from the CMA comes amid mounting anger from artists, including Ed Sheeran (pictured), Adele, Mumford And Sons, and Radiohead, who have encouraged music lovers to stop using ticket websites such as Viagogo, Get Me In!
You obviously need to be smart about this and separate the curious locals from the "comfort" women - the latter being interested only in how much cash you're carrying.
Morocco is a Muslim country, but you'd never think that when you look at the girls here.
Meeting and dating a girl from Morocco isn't going to be a huge challenge.
Morocco sits on the coast of North Africa, just across the Strait of Gibraltar from mainland Europe.Morocco can be a great place to meet single girls because it's not as popular a destination as Vietnam or Latvia for guys actively looking for an overseas girlfriend, or wife.Plus there's also the fact that Moroccan women are actively looking to meet guys from Europe or North America.Just this tactic was widely used during the last Rugby World Cup held in England in 2015 and is still going on with concerts and other events today.Tickets are being sold on some websites without giving clear information on where the seats are, which is against the law.