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Avoid Aossa....
Written by Miamatt | 22nd Oct 2012
... they are criminals!
If only I had found this site before.
4 tickets to Scissor Sister lost - Live and learn I suppose
The Fraud Action Team on 0300 123 2040 were very helpful in confirming my error!
Written by stayfit | 10th Sep 2012
I bought tickets back in April with Lady Gaga first released her dates for Manchester on 11th September 2012. I was very excited along with my friends that I managed to get 5 tickets. We were all trying on various websites, this one appeared in google search as having tickets available and in the rush I went straight ahead and bought them. I did receive a confirmation email and also an email saying payment hadn't been received and I needed to pay via PayPal. This did seem strange to me, but as I wanted the tickets I went straight ahead and followed instructions. I have tried to contact Aossa, numbers do not exist, email and website not valid and today is 10th Sept and no tickets have arrived. I have report to my credit card company and I cannot claim until after event. I have also reported on the fraud website. This company must stop....I see there is also appearing in google, now advertising hen parties and corporate events etc, contact details are still Brighton address.. Number doesn't work. Please do not use in case the same happens to you!
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Written by shezhig1 | 28th Aug 2012
I have purchase 2 ID concert tickets for next feb. I cannot contact this company by phone or email, as numbers disconnected and emails return as no recipient server. I have read the article in the Argus paper on wed 27th June and now wish I had looked at this website before. Reading these articles I am now sure it is a scam and have reported this to the fraud action helpline. I will have to wait until after feb to claim money from credit card company. I think everyone should use whatever form of social media they can to out these companies. I have a very upset and disappointed couple of teenagers, its a disgrace and I hope they get whats coming to them.
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Written by SallySaurus | 24th Aug 2012
I bought 2 Lady Gaga tickets for me and a friend the morning they were released for £155. Obviously with the rush of trying to get some, i just saw tickets available and went along with it. Got a gut feeling they weren't real and googled them a bit later and was lead to sites like this one and accepted i'd been robbed of my money. Paid double what i originally paid, but my new tickets have just arrived this morning. Can't get through to the company, have sent emails, left messages and i'm pretty sure neither their number or their website is active anymore! Infuriating! My bank can also not raise a dispute until after the concert.
Currently spending my morning reporting them to every place i can. No one can afford to lose the ridiculous amounts of money they're scamming!
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Written by Eevvcc82 | 24th Aug 2012
I 'purchased' 2 tickets for Lady Gaga in September, however cannot get in contact with Aossa therefore have resigned myself the fact the tickets will not arrive. I have reported to action fraud and citizens advice but cannot claim my money back with the bank until after the event. So frustrating to see they are still TRADING??!!?? Avoid at all costs.
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Written by clive morris | 19th Aug 2012
I have somebody in the police force who is very interested in taking up complaints. What I need is a few receipts and emails to get things running. Please email your receipts and a brief outline of how you was scammed at:

If found guilty in court all will have a refund no matter how you paid.

The email receipts are very important. Love love to hear for anyone who was ripped off for Wireless Festival, Coldplay and Springsteen as I was ripped off for these tickets too.

I will help everyone bring these guys down.
Written by MissDior | 11th Aug 2012
I paid £125 for some Blur Closing Ceremony tickets from the official closing ceremony aftershow party and did not recieve the tickets.

No one picked up the phone, the address also opens upto a company in Brighton and one in Bermuda and the email address is a fake one. The website are only up and running during a new event by the looks of it.

IMPORTANT - If you have bought anything on this site - please immediately report to both the police and Action Frad -, or phone the contact centre on 0300 123 2040. I certainly have!

Also worth changing your card details / ordering a new card as who knows what they will do with your details.

MESSAGE TO THE POLICE - Please take down this website as innocent people are getting conned out of lots of money! My heart went out to the V tickets guy who paid £820 in tickets.
Written by Slaw123 | 10th Aug 2012
I bought 4 tickets for my daughter and 3 of her friends for the V Festival next weekend from Aossa and rang them to confirm they were a genuine site. My credit card statement came up with Prolong Limited and the sum of £820 has been taken from my card. I have got a booking reference so thought everything was ok. Now with 1 week to go until the festival, tickets have not arrived so have done some investigating to find out this is a SCAM site and I won't be getting the tickets!! They advertise as being Aossa, Prolong Limited take the money and are part of a company called "" who are part of a company called "AW Trading Ltd". I am totally confused about who the tickets were bought from and just want to make other people aware not to book tickets from any of these companies.
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Written by TSumm | 7th Aug 2012
I paid Asossa Tickets £130 for two Stone Roses tickets which never appeared. After numerous attempts to get through to their office I finally got to speak to one of their representatives on the 25th June and was advised that you where unable to send us the Stone Roses tickets we booked and paid for and was advised that we would receive a refund within the next 14 days. Cancellation email followed the same day confirming this.

I am extremely annoyed that I have still not received my refund despite sending numerous emails and trying to get through to their office. I now receive a bounce back on my email.

We feel really let down with your company. After looking at several other ticket site and ebay we considered this company to be the safest and booked in good faith and just feel that we have been ripped off. They should not be able to do this. Wished I had seen this site before we booked.


Aossa is a fraudulent company
Written by limmerlane | 6th Aug 2012
I bought tickets from Aossa for the Blur Closing Concert of the Olympics on Sunday 12th August 2012 and they have not arrived and the company seems to no lionger exist. Very disappointing waste of £139.00

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