A $1,000 ticket in the Manitoba government’s online ticketing system is no laughing matter.
The ticket is issued after a ticket is bought or sold, which is the only way it can be verified online.
If the ticket was bought online, the online ticket seller would be required to sign the ticket before it was posted online.
It’s a simple system that has the added benefit of preventing fraud.
“You can just say, ‘Hey, we’re looking at the ticket, I’m a customer, and we have to be able to verify it,'” said Julie Mott, with the Manitoba Information Technology Association.
She says it’s an effective ticket verification system.
Mott said the system is also used by municipalities to make sure residents can’t spend money without a valid reason.
The Manitoba government says there are many ways people can buy tickets online, including buying tickets through a third party or by purchasing them in person at an event.
There are many different ways you can buy a ticket online, but there are three primary methods for buying a ticket: buying online from an authorised retailer, by calling a ticket seller, or buying tickets on the secondary market.
There is no way to buy tickets at a retail storeMott says a ticket purchased on the second or secondary market can be returned within 24 hours, but the person that made the purchase has to fill out a form and give her name and address, which can take anywhere from 24 hours to a few weeks.
“So you can get a ticket back that was sold for a higher price, but you can’t get it back that’s actually the ticket seller who sold it to you, and you have to fill that out,” Mott said.
Motto tickets can be used to purchase a variety of goods, including tickets to sporting events, concerts, and more.
The province says they are used to pay for events, including weddings, concerts and sporting events.
But it also says that ticket holders should only use them for one thing, and that’s for one event.
“If you’re purchasing a ticket to a sporting event, it’s a good idea to go to a licensed venue and purchase the ticket,” Motto said.
If you want to buy a secondary market ticket, you need to have your name and mailing address listed on the ticket as well as a signature on the back, as well.
Tickets can be purchased at participating ticket sellers.MOTT said ticket sales in Manitoba can be risky, especially in the early morning hours.
“What happens if a customer walks in and they’re selling tickets for $1 a pop and they accidentally buy a counterfeit ticket?
You can buy back that counterfeit ticket right away,” she said.”
There’s a lot of instances where they have to get out of the event because the counterfeit ticket doesn’t match the ticket.”
Motto says ticket fraud is becoming more common in the province, and it’s important people know how to protect themselves.
“This ticket verification process is one that we recommend everybody do to make the tickets you buy safe,” she explained.
Monto is also recommending people look at their own personal security, such as keeping their credit card or bank account secure.
“We’re recommending everybody to do this,” Monto said.
The Ministry of Transportation said they are actively working to strengthen ticket verification systems.
They also encourage customers to review their ticket purchase online, as tickets are easily resold.