if they are selling seats that were nolonger available that is the their mistake I am not suppose to suffer. If it is a fraud this is illegal and not my mistake. And for your information buying a ticket 2 days before is common I always bought it like this and even then Vayama doesnt have right to steal my money because I bought it 2 days before. It is funny you are defending them and assuming they are right to charge and cancel because I bought it 2 days before. If they at all they were unable to verify the credit cards why would they charge?They could say"" Oh you know What mr Adow you are buying 2 days before.sorrry we couldnt process your payment.Buys 10 days later!!!"
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