Scalper Mad He Can’t Return Tickets to “The Interview”

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Jason Best, of Clifton, Ohio, at his worst. Best was looking to make a quick buck by selling movie tickets to, "The Interview."  He spent $650 for 50-tickets , thinking he could scalp them.

However, when the movie was released online the demand for tickets dropped faster than North Korean's tears at Kim Jong Il's Funeral.

He tried to return the tickets once he realized he wasn't going to recoup the money, but the theater wasn't having it. So, he tried disputing the credit card charges.

The President of the Esquire Theater says, more or less, THE company's return policy is for customers, not buyers with scalper's remorse.

Sorry about your bad luck, but turnabout is fair play.  Looks like you've been scalped.

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