My wife recently received a Christmas Fair (sorry FE, but it is in context!) ticket offer from a well known and reputable glossy."Order your tickets on line in advance and get them for £7.50 instead of £8.50"Small print "There is a 95p booking fee".Not all scams are Nigerian based!I suppose it's not really a scam, but it's awful close.
Wheres the scam? your wife will save all of 5p
If it's 95p irrespective of the number of tickets take a gamble, buy 100 and sell them nearer the time on e-bay, you could then advertise them as 'reduced booking fee - only 1p'.
"buy 100 [tickets] and sell them nearer the time on e-bay"That assumes that you could find 100 people who actually want to go to a Christmas Fair.I'd rather stick needles under my toe-nails.
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