Ripped off by fake ticket seller


Once bitten: Jinnyboy (left) is hoping readers will take note of his fake Jay Chou concert ticket lesson.

PETALING JAYA: Social media star Jinnyboy (pic) has urged people to be careful of online concert ticket scams after he forked out RM1,500 for two fake tickets to Jay Chou’s concert here on Saturday.

Jinnyboy, a founder of the JinnyBoyTV YouTube channel, highlighted his experience on Facebook and received several hundred reactions and almost 200 shares from fans by yesterday afternoon, with some also claiming to have been duped.

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