1. Ticket touts: Ed Sheeran and Harry Potter play ticket traders guilty of trade fraud  BBC News
  2. Touts found guilty of fraud over £11m ticket reselling scheme  The Guardian
  3. Supertouts who made £11m by fleecing fans face jail after landmark trial  Daily Record
  4. Internet ticket touts who used bots to buy thousands of tickets to events are guilty of fraud  Daily Mail
  5. Ticket touts who made millions are guilty of fraud  The Times
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The men used online tricks to buy £4m worth of tickets which they sold for almost £11m.The men used online tricks to buy £4m worth of tickets which they sold for almost £11m.

Ticket touts: Ed Sheeran and Harry Potter play ticket traders guilty of trade fraud - BBC News

Peter Hunter and partner David Smith have landed in hot water at court. Peter Hunter and partner David Smith have landed in hot water at court.

Supertouts who made £11m by fleecing fans face jail after landmark trial - Daily Record

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold concert tickets worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraud in the first trial of its kind.Peter Hunter, 51 and David Smith, 66, a married couple whoTwo internet ticket touts who re-sold concert tickets worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraud in the first trial of its kind.Peter Hunter, 51 and David Smith, 66, a married couple who

Peter Hunter and David Smith - who traded as Ticket Wiz and BZZ - used multiple identifies and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets Peter Hunter and David Smith - who traded as Ticket Wiz and BZZ - used multiple identifies and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets

Touts who re-sold £4m worth of tickets for £10.8m found guilty of fraud in landmark trial - Birmingham Live

Read Online ticket touts told they could be jailed after landmark trial latest on ITV News. All the Technology, Entertainment newsTwo internet touts who resold tickets worth millions of pounds to high-profile events such as Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift concerts have been told by a judge they could be jailed following a landmark trial. Peter Hunter and David Smith – who traded as Ticket Wiz and BZZ – used multiple identities and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets over two-and-a-half years, selling them on secondary ticketing websites for £10.8 million, prosecutors told Leeds Crown Court. The married pair harvested tens of thousands of tickets to high-profile music concerts and West End hits like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Sheeran’s manager Stuart Camp gave evidence in the pair’s long-running trial, telling jurors they had decided to take a stand against touts after spotting £75 seats at a Sheeran charity gig on sale for £7,000. National Trading Standards (NTS) said Hunter and Smith bought more than 750 tickets for Ed Sheeran concerts alone in 2017.

Online ticket touts told they could be jailed after landmark trial - ITV News

Peter Hunter and David Smith (pictured) used multiple identities and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets to high-profile acts such as Taylor Swift, Leeds Crown Court heard.Peter Hunter and David Smith (pictured) used multiple identities and computer bots to buy £4 million worth of tickets to high-profile acts such as Taylor Swift, Leeds Crown Court heard.

Internet ticket touts who used bots to buy thousands of tickets to events are guilty of fraud | Daily Mail Online

Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.Two internet ticket touts who re-sold tickets to high-profile events worth millions of pounds have been found guilty of fraudulent trading following a landmark trial.

Ticket touts who used computer bots to harvest £11m found guilty of fraud in landmark Leeds trial | Yorkshire Evening Post

Headline Internet ticket touts guilty of fraud in landmark trial in UKThe prosecution is the first of its kind in the UK .

Internet ticket touts guilty of fraud in landmark trial in UK

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift Ticket Scalpers Found Guilty In Landmark UK Trial | Billboard

Fraudsters who made £7m in profits by using special software to buy thousands of concert tickets then resold them at vast prices have been convicted in the first case of its kind.Fraudsters who made £7m in profits by using special software to buy thousands of concert tickets then resold them at vast prices have been convicted in the first case of its kind.

Fraudsters made £7m profit by bulk buying then reselling concert tickets

Peter Hunter and David Smith, who traded as Ticket Wiz and BZZ, were convicted of fraudulent trading and possessing an article for fraud following a three-month trial at Leeds Crown Court.

UK ticket touts convicted of fraud after landmark trial | Live | Music Week

During the trial at Leeds Crown Court, defendants Peter Hunter and David Smith were described as "dishonest fraudsters motivated by greed"During the trial at Leeds Crown Court, defendants Peter Hunter and David Smith were described as "dishonest fraudsters motivated by greed"

'Greedy' ticket touts who re-sold tickets for £11m found guilty at landmark trial in Leeds - Leeds Live