On Wednesday afternoon, the Mexican ‘influencer’, Miroslava Valdovinos went viral on social networks, after boasting that she had sold 108 tickets for the Corona Capital and assuring that the festival itself provided them.
Through their social networks, Ticketmaster assured that they do not know her and have no relationship with her.
“Ticketmaster Mexico does not know or have any relationship with Miroslava Valdovinos and rejects any participation in the improper use of tickets by this or any other person,” the company reverted.
Tickets for the festival are sold out, so the public has opted for other options, including buying through social networks.
The company confirmed that the facts are being analyzed to possibly take action. ” Ticketmaster Mexico does not know or have any relationship with Miroslava Valdovinos and rejects any participation in the improper use of tickets by this or any other person,” he said in a brief statement.
Is ticket scalping illegal in Mexico?
Faced with this situation, users on social networks accused her of being a reseller, an illegal act in accordance with the Law of Civic Culture of Mexico City, since carrying it out constitutes an administrative fault, in accordance with article 25, section 11, in addition that those who incur in this fault will have to pass with arrest.
For its part, Corona Capital 2022 spoke out in the face of the situation and assured that it did not have ambassadors, thus denying the ‘influencer’.
What happens if I resell tickets online?
- If it is via the Internet, the resale is not typified.
Tickets for the concerts are sold on web pages, via WhatsApp and in legal resale with pages such as Stubhub or the Mexican company Bolettos, which act only as intermediaries.