Fake Disney Ticket Scam

With Disney so expensive, visitors and their families are looking for ways to save money on ticket purchases.

Scammers are now offering heavily discount tickets to Disney and other parks, then having victims purchase a prepaid debit card to load it with the money for purchase amount.

Here's what happened to an Orlando man who thought, he'd found a bargain on theme park tickets on Craigslist but ended up losing his money.

Aaron Diego was on Craigslist shopping for discount tickets in Orlando.

The post offered a one-day park ticket for $50 or a hopper for $70.

Gmail & Paypal Mentioned

"She even sent us an email...it showed her name from a Gmail account.

She mentioned the word PayPal.

I felt secure," said Diego.

Diego said he was then asked to give the seller the code on the back of the card over the phone and wait for a confirmation email with ticket information.

But he never heard back from her.

When Diego called back the same number with Eyewitness News, pretending to buy hundreds of dollars in tickets, the person on the other end hung up the phone.

Investigators said to never pre-pay for anything unless you have a reliable source like a secure PayPal account or your own credit card.

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Timeshare Tickets

If you already have accommodations, then the timeshare tour is the route to take for discounted tickets.

You do have to meet the qualifications in order to receive discounts.

Only a $40 reservation deposit is required at time of booking.

Deposit is applied to cost of tickets.

Should you be seeking accommodation & park tickets, a package is the way to go.

Packages do have to paid in advance.

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By Marie Ospina

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