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Refused address ticket scalping issue with reunion shows

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Refused's frontman Dennis Lyxzen took to his Facebook page last night to post a sort of lengthy statement in regards to scalpers buying up a good portion of the tickets to their recently announced reunion shows in New York City and San Francisco, which are now sold out. You can read Lyxzen's partial note below.

To all my friends and to all the people that are trying to go to the Refused shows in San Francisco and New York: It is a complete bummer that there has been some problems with scaplers buying up tickets and selling them back at double the price. That is indeed capitalism in it's prime.
As a band there is very little that we can do about it. I know that there is a limit to 4 tickets per person but that doesn't seem to help as much as we want.