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It's always best to buy tickets from reputable dealers, lest they turn out to be fakes.
That's unfortunately what happened to a couple from Charlotte, North Carolina, who got scammed out of tickets to see Dave Chappelle perform on Thursday.
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But when he heard about the deception, the 45-year-old comedian arrived with a fresh set of Valentine's Day tickets for the unsuspecting fans.
Deidra and Eddie Dickens planned to see the Chappelle's Show star when he performed a stand-up show at Charlotte's Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.
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The tickets had already sold out by the time Dickens started looking, but she was able to find a set of four on Craigslist for $500.
Her husband Eddie often needs a wheelchair to get around in public, so the aisle seats were ideal for him, and the extra pair would allow them to invite another couple.
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Deidra claims to have paid the $500 via Apple Pay, but the tickets never materialized and the seller ended all communication after receiving the money.
The Dickenses filed a police report and a credit card fraud report, and even contacted the local news station, though they chose to remain anonymous out of...
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