I help a alumnus purchase NBA electronic group and season tickets from official team agent by calling them, after team charge my credit card and my alumnus receive tickets he will send me the tickets money and small amount of commission. Alumnus teach me to use fake name, fake address, fake phone number, my email and my credit card to purchase tickets. Team forbidden tickets resale otherwise they will cancel the tickets and refund the money. So my alumnus also told me I should lie to the agent that group or season tickets I purchased will be use in friends and family not for resale, so my alumnus can get the electronic tickets and resale them in secondary market. After the team found out the tickets been resale in secondary market, they cancel the tickets and refund the money to my credit card. should I send the refunded money to my alumnus?
If the scheme is illegal, you should consider stopping right now, and retaining a criminal attorney to evaluate your situation and to provide advice.
If not, you should consider preparing a letter to mail by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the alumnus to set out the facts and to demand the relief that you want. Make sure that your letter is professional and business like as it may be evidence later.
If need be, and the amount at issue is less than $10,000, you can consider filing suit in small claims court. You can use your letter as evidence.
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