Apple cracking down big on scalpers in China
If there are any laws in life less clear than those on scalping, please, share them now.
Indeed, the confounding legal complexity of the second-hand game must be most prevalent among sports and concert tickets, the selling of which we know must be against the rules – some kind of rules, at least – yet here they are, being sold out front of stadiums and arenas with cops in plain sight.
Are there not enough police resources to crack down? Are scalpers not a priority? Is scalping totally legal, so long as tickets aren’t sold for more than face value?
Whatever. It probably doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things, but one major company isn’t taking such a passive attitude to scalping. In China, where it once cost the tech maker plenty, Apple has cracked down big on street sellers of its goods.