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Springsteen Fans Win Scam.

Remember when those Bruce Springsteen fans were scammed by Ticketmaster while ticket shopping for a 2009 Springsteen Washington, D.C. concert? They were actually misled to a TicketsNow resale site where tickets were sold at massively inflated prices.

Word is that Maryland’s Consumer Protection Division has finally settled the case. The companies involved will pay $90,000 in penalties, $25,000 reimbursement to the state and another $10,000 in damages to jilted Bruce fans.

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