Taylor Swift Ticket Fraud: Police Warn Fans Of Fake 1989 World Tour Tickets

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Denver police are warning Taylor Swift fans about fake ticket sales. The Denver Police Department is currently investigating a fraud case involving fraudulent sales of Taylor Swift tickets for the 1989 World Tour.

The alleged fake tickets are being sold on Craigslist and similar websites. Denver police warns that fans may have purchased the fraudulent tickets on these websites for Taylor Swift’s concert in Denver on Labor Day weekend.

Some of Swift’s fans may have felt that they were given a good deal at the time. It turns out that the deal was too good to be true. Right now, Swift’s tickets to the highly successful 1989 tour are currently selling for a minimum of $300 on Stubhub, according to 9 News. However, a search for Taylor Swift tickets on Craiglist shows listings with similar prices.

The already sold out Taylor Swift 1989 concert is scheduled for two days on September 5 and September 6 at the Pepsi Center. This is part of the scheduled tour lineup for Swift’s 1989 World Tour. It’s unclear how many fake tickets were sold.

If you or someone you know purchased fake tickets online for Taylor Swift’s Denver concert, please contact the District One Investigation Bureau at 720-913-0400.

It seems Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour has been making headlines nonstop since it kicked off in late May. This is because Taylor has been bringing out a long list of famous faces during her concerts. Although her tour doesn’t wrap up until December, several media outlets have already created a list of guests on Taylor’s 1989 Tour.

The country-turned-pop singer started with the surprise collaborations during her Speak Now World Tour and her Red World Tour, where she had guests like Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, Jennifer Lopez, and Sam Smith. But some would say that Swift’s concerts are getting a little stranger since she now has random celebrities strutting around on stage during her song “Style.”

Some would argue that Taylor should bring her dedicated fan base on stage with her. Instead, she’s showing off how many celebrities she can invite to her 1989 concerts. Taylor’s been inviting literally anyone with the likes of NBA star Kobe Bryant, comedian Chris Rock, former Friends actors Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow, and the entire U.S. women’s soccer team.

Taylor Swift isn’t afraid to show off her girl squad on her 1989 World Tour, which she has been doing. Her A-list friends have followed her everywhere from Chicago, London, New Jersey, New Zealand, and Washington. And most recently, Swift invited BFF Selena Gomez at her concert in Los Angeles.

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