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Jet Set: Where Did They Come From?

Over the past few Olympiads, the name Jet Set has become synonymous with Olympic ticketing, both in the United States and abroad.  From humble beginnings, this quiet little company has grown to do over $200 million in business in Beijing, and could be on the verge of nearly doubling its business in Vancouver this February.  To read a brief history of Jet Set and learn more about their rapid growth, click here...

Terence Shepherd, Alan Scott to Face Charges in Xclusive Case.

In November 2008, Shepherd, Scott and three others were arrested in connection to the Xclusive ticketing websites. More arrests followed in early 2009 and recently, the Serious Fraud Office announced that it would be filing charges shortly against five suspects. To read more about recent developments in the Xclusive case, click here...

VANOC Files Suit Against Ticket Reseller Roadtrips.

VANOC has taken its fight against ticket resellers to a new level, filing suit against Canadian company Roadtrips, as well as Coast2Coast. VANOC alleges that Roadtrips, and other resellers, violate the contractual terms by which all tickets are sold and are selling tickets far above face-value. But some may be surprised to find out that Roadtrips might even be the victim in all this, along with people who have bought or are going to buy tickets to Vancouver 2010. To read more about the latest controversy surrounding Vancouver 2010, click here...

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