Fees, payment and delivery: the buyer of an e-ticket can pay online by the payment methods offered. The transaction costs related to the purchase of an e-ticket amount to 5% of the sale price and include the cost of payments and VAT. After purchase, the E-Ticket can be downloaded immediately from the platform. In addition, TicketSwap Local makes the E-Ticket available as soon as possible after receipt of payment to Stripe i.) in My Purchases in your TicketSwap account and ii.) by e-mail in the form of a link to the PDF file. The purchase has entered into a final agreement between the seller and the buyer. Due to the nature of the product, it is not possible to cancel the purchase at any time. Once the transaction is complete, there is no withdrawal period for buyers or sellers. If you fail to comply with any of the terms set forth therein, Share-There reserves the right to terminate your account, prohibit you from using the Share There Services, cancel ticket orders, and take appropriate legal action. Risks: With the exception of secure e-tickets, the purchase of an e-ticket via the platform is not without risk. TicketSwap Local strives to achieve only safe and successful sales through the platform, but does not guarantee that an E-Ticket purchased through the platform is always valid and always gives access to the desired event. Secure swap E tickets are in principle always valid for the desired event. If you sell resale tickets, you must specify a breakdown of the tax/tax on the price during the ordering process and before the customer provides payment information. The breakdown should include specific additional costs, such as taxes, and any taxes added.
However, in most cases, event tickets are exempt from cancellation fees normally under the regulation, as events are usually booked for a specific date or within a certain period. There are additional rules that apply when event tickets are resold via a secondary ticketing function on a site, app, etc., intended for ticket resale. These rules apply even if the ticket is sold by an individual. These requirements are part of the Consumer Rights Act 2015. This disclosure must be explained easily and clearly in the top 20% (above the fold) of the reseller`s website, including the homepage and all target pages. This disclosure must not be provided in a lockable or disclosable notification format, and the font must be equal to or greater than most of the text on the page. Event organisers and transport service providers receive the proceeds of ticket sales directly into their own PayPal account. Effective July 1, 2015, Ontario created an exception under the Ticket Speculation Act to protect consumers from the purchase of fraudulent tickets: in 2009, Ticketmaster began introducing „paperless“ ticketing in which tickets could not be resold.
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