BBB Warning: Beware of Final Four Ticket Scams

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/26/2012 8:49 pm
If you're heading to New Orleans to watch the Kentucky Wildcats play in the Final Four, buyer beware!

The Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky is warning basketball fans to use extra caution when trying to get their paws on those game tickets.

The BBB recommends using a credit card and secure websites for online transactions.

And there is one red flag that buyers need to watch out for so they don't fall victim.

Right now, tickets for the Final Four on the website Stubhub.com range anywhere from $210 to more than $10,000.
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