Ticket merchant "Biļešu paradīze" will not pay to the Latvian National Cultural Center (LNKC) receiving 76.512 euros from the XXVI General Latvian Song and XVI Dance Celebration ticket application, said Eric Naļivaiko, the ticket distributor "Biļeu Paradīze".
Naļivaiko pointed out that the amount requested by LNKC is unfounded and does not comment on the relationship between the service providers of "Ticket Paradise" as they meet the terms of the contract. "I will not comment on the terms of the contract, and I will not comment on it since, if I am not mistaken, on March 3. The contract says that we do not discuss the terms of the contract publicly. comment on comments, but the agreement provides for something else, explained Nalivaiko.
The head of the Ticket paradise & # 39; stressed that resolving the situation, according to the terms of the contract, would leave lawyers.
As stated, LNKC has requested at the Ticket Paradise no later than 31 August to receive EUR 76.512 from the use of the XXVI General Latvian Song and XVI Dance Celebration Tickets for the application of the Internet Shop Fee.
The festive public relations director Inga Vasiļjeva explained that if the call from LNKC is not fulfilled within this period, the organizers of the festival will ask the court to recover this amount.
Director of the LNKC Signe Pujte explained that the organizers of the festival object to the actions of the Ticket Paradise and asked for an extra payment of 7.37% of card buyers on the internet. The company refused to comply with LNKC's request to refund this money to buyers of internet tickets. Likewise, the company refused to provide information about the additional income generated in this way.
The co-owner and head of Ticket Paradise Ēriks Naļivaiko, the LETA agency, refused to comment earlier on possible fraud cases that may have occurred during the sale of Song and Dance Celebration tickets.
It was also reported that LNKC prepared an act for violating the established "Ticket Paradise" service by applying an additional commission (service charge) for online purchases when using the internet shop.
The co-owner and head of Ticket Paradise Ēriks Naļivaiko, the LETA agency, refused to comment earlier on possible fraud cases that may have occurred during the sale of Song and Dance Celebration tickets, and said: "Everyone [līgumu] translates it to myself, I translate it as follows. It is difficult for me to comment on whether this is considered a violation. Let the lawyers dispute whether it is the same or not. "
It has already been announced that on 3 March tickets for tickets for the upcoming song and dance celebration in the summer were launched. According to the results of the competition organized by LNKC last year, "Ticket Paradise" is provided.
On the first day of ticket sales, more than one million requests were received for about 95,000 tickets. The head of the PR department, Inga Vasiļjeva, informed LETA. Several places in Riga and elsewhere in Latvia had long lines after these tickets. The customers were slowly repaired and the purchase of tickets on the Internet had to wait a few hours, and in many cases, after a long wait, the coveted ticket failed to buy.
Until the first day of the trading day, tickets for 17 of the 19 Song and Dance Celebration events were completely sold out.
According to LNKC, LNKC's "Ticket Paradise" declarations are insufficient to justify its violations in the sale of Song and Dance Celebration tickets.
The XXVI General Latvian Song and XVI Dance Celebration took place during the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Latvian state from 30 June to 8 July.