Ticket resale company Viagogo has said today (Tuesday) that it has reached a “ground-breaking settlement” with the Competition and Markets Authority and vowed to “overhaul the way it does business”.
Viagogo has said it will publish face value ticket price information on its website after agreeing to comply with a court order issued following enforcement action by the UK’s competition watchdog.
The CMA began legal action against the company in August and the two parties have been in dispute since 2012. The CMA said Viagogo must make a series of changes by mid-January or risk a resumption of enforcement proceedings.
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