Why is Ticketmaster blocking my access?
Sorry, you’ve been temporarily blocked from buying tickets because you may have refreshed your browser too frequently. When that happens our system thinks it’s a bot, an evil automated program trying to scoop up tickets. And we automatically block bots.
How long will I be blocked from Ticketmaster?
24hr Its a 24hr temporary block.
Can you use Ticketmaster with a VPN?
Phone: 1-218-207-9700. Com/Tickets or from us. Using a VPN or Virtual Private Network on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone is easy. Just be sure to work with a VPN provider you are connected to.
Can Ticketmaster ban you?
If you’re banned, you’ll get that error ALL the time. If you try to chat with them, they’ll tell you your account has been flagged as a reseller and your account is essentially toast.
Does Ticketmaster block IP address?
By using IP blocking technology, Ticketmaster fights against the software bots that can worm their way past security protocols to quickly access large numbers of tickets and purchase them es, which are computer programs that can worm their way past internet security protocols to quickly and surreptitiously procure …
Does Ticketmaster track IP address?
We may collect information about the browser and device you’re using, your IP address, your location, the site you came from, the site you visit when you leave us, and how you used or didn’t use our site or app. We may collect this using technology such as GPS and Wi-Fi.
How do I contact Ticketmaster about my account?
How do I contact Customer Service? Find your order (the one you need to contact us about), either in the Upcoming or Past Event tabs, then click “See Details” Click “Contact Us” at the bottom right of the Event Details page and click Email Us.
How do I talk to a live person at Ticketmaster?
To contact Live Nation, you can email them at email@example.com or call them at 1-800-745-3000. Who owns Ticketmaster?
What to do if Ticketmaster app thinks you’re a bot?
If you logged on with multiple devices or browsers, log out from all of them. Then clear your browser’s history and cookies before logging on to 1 device to try again. Try to use your carrier’s data network if you’re on a mobile device instead of a Wi-Fi connection.