'So heartbroken': Swiftie flying to Singapore from Philippines for concert in tears over alleged ticket scam

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She had her outfit, flight tickets and hotel all booked and ready, only to find out she has been scammed of her Taylor Swift ticket for her concert in Singapore. A TikTok video of Filipino Michelle Angela went viral yesterday (March 1) after she posted herself crying while singing along to the lyrics of Taylor Swift's Enchanted, saying that she...

She had her outfit, flight tickets and hotel all booked and ready, only to find out she has been scammed of her Taylor Swift ticket for her concert in Singapore.

"In the description the admins seemed legit and reassured us that the tickets are real, so I was like, 'Ok I trust the Swifties',"she recalled.Prefacing that she was cautious when looking for a seller, Michelle shared that a lot of people messaged her but she chose sellers who were based in Manila. However on Feb 10, the day he was supposed to meet to hand over the concert tickets, he kept rescheduling, claiming that he was coming from Baguio which is about a 4-hour drive away from Manila.

"I was really hurt… that was hard-earned money from my savings," she remarked, adding that she already had her outfit prepared.

 

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