The Center pointed out that already on January 8, 2020, CRPC indicated SIA “Biļešu serviss” that the process of refunding the ticket value to consumers from the funds at its disposal in connection with the canceled Iglesias concert, which was to take place on December 5, 2019, must be started immediately.
Taking into account that “Biļešu serviss” had not done so voluntarily, CRPC imposed an obligation on the company to refund the value of tickets to consumers who have not used credit card complaints by June 2, 2020, from the organizer’s funds available to Biļešu serviss. at the time the measure was repealed.
“CRPC has received information that upon the request of” Biļešu serviss “, on June 11, 2020, the State Police has seized the mentioned funds for the period of the case review.
Consequently, neither Biļešu serviss nor CRPC currently has the right to decide on the refund of money seized within the framework of criminal proceedings, “explained CRPC.
In view of the circumstances of the case, including the fact that “Biļešu servisa” does not have sufficient funds to reimburse all the money paid for the tickets and to ensure a fair refund of the value of the tickets, the procedure for returning to consumers will be decided in the near future. ” Ticket service “available funds.
Therefore, the CRPC invites consumers to follow the information on the CRPC website and the State Police website regarding the further procedure of refund.
TVNET has already reported that Iglesias’ concert “All the Hits Live”, which was scheduled for December 5 last year at “Arena Riga”, has been canceled.
Latino pop star Enrike Iglesias is already well known to the Latvian public. His most recent concert at the Ice Castle took place in December 2014. Also in 2009, his concert in Riga was sold out.
Photo: Enrike Iglesias concert at “Arena Riga”.