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Two internet-ticket, who re-sold tickets worth millions of pounds for events, including Ed Sheeran and Adele concerts were thrown into prison.
Sheeran's manager Stuart Camp, gave evidence to the £75 seats for a charity gig were discovered on sale for £7,000.
Hunter was in prison for four years and Smith for two and a half years.
It has been described by the National trading standards as a "landmark case", and was "The First successful prosecution against a company in a fraudulent re-sale of tickets on a large scale".
sentencing the pair, judge Mushtaq Khokhar said: "This was a case of persistent dishonesty for A Number of years.
"A lot of people, in this case paid a lot More Than you would have paid. "
In a year, Peter hunter and David Smith , who are married, more Sheeran tickets bought as 750 for events alone.
you can use multiple identities and computers-robot, to buy tickets, sell them at inflated prices on secondary ticketing websites, including Viagogo, GetMein, StubHub and Seatwave.
If your home was raided, investigators found 112 different payment cards in 37 names.
The couple used at least 97 different names, 88 post-withdraw addresses, and More Than 290 E-Mail addresses, platform-restrictions.
hunter, 51, and Smith, 66, of Crossfield Road, north London, claimed they were a trusted and reliable source of tickets.Ed Sheeran , welcomed the outcome
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