Tomorrowland Tickets and Paylogic. Is this a legit email or is it a scam?
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Submitted by GeorgeKershaw on 2013, June 11 - 11:55pm
Iv'e posted before about me being able to get passes for all three days for me and two friends, but weren't able to get DreamVille passes as they sold out, so I am extremely desperate for DreamVille as we have no where to stay.
Today I received an email which seems to be too good to be true, but seems really legit!
It was from 'email@example.com'
This is the email, I have blanked out my code though just in case.
'Hello Tomorrowland fan,
In this mail you will find your unique code(s) to buy your tickets for Tomorrowland 2013. Each code exists of 7 characters. With this voucher code you can buy your tickets using the link below. After the payment you will receive E-tickets. You need to bring these E-tickets to Tomorrowland, where you can exchange the E-tickets for your festival bracelets at the "Will call - Pick up Desk"
Your unique code('s): *******
How to buy your tickets? click on this link and use your unique code.
LINK GOES HERE
This code stays valid for 20 minutes, if you made a mistake in the first step you can use your code again (ONLY WHEN YOU DID NOT PAY FOR YOUR TICKET YET). You can use your code only ones.
If you have questions mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of Tomorrowland
Paylogic Customer Service'
The link takes me to the paylogic.nl website, and has a padlock in the URL bar which states it is verified, so it seems to be secure. I can't see how this can be a phishing site. The main thing that concerns me though is that you have to collect the bracelets.
What would you say about this?
Thank you ever so much