Attorney General Warns Against Fake StubHub Email Scam
JEFFERSON CITY - Attorney General Chris Koster warned consumers Tuesday about a fake StubHub email scam, billing people for thousands of dollars for tickets they did not purchase.
The email comes from "StubHub Orders". Koster said it provides an order number and order date, an event, shipping information, and charges. Also, he said the email says the consumer's credit card has not yet been charged but will be within the next 48 hours. There is also a link to view the consumer's order confirmation. Koster said clicking on this link allows scammers to view your personal information and possibly hack into your computer.
If you think you have received this email, Koster asks you file a complaint with the Consumer Hotline, 1-800-392-8222.
Koster reminded consumers StubHub is a legitimate online business.