A Canadian law practice has actually submitted a class action suit versus Ticketmaster over supposedly rate evaluating tickets for Drake’s upcoming trip, the Toronto Star reports. The Montreal-based company LPC Avocat Inc. declares that the ticketing leviathan “deliberately misguides customers for their own monetary gain.” According to the problem, gotten by the Toronto Star, a Montreal guy bought 2 “Official Platinum” seats for Drake’s July 14 show at the Bell Centre, each costing $789.54. The following day, a brand-new program (on July 15) was supposedly contributed to Ticketmaster with the exact same seats noted at approximately $350 less. In the match, LPC Avocat Inc. declares that Ticketmaster understood about the July 15 Drake show beforehand, however kept the details. It likewise declares that the “Official Platinum” seats were normal seats offered “at a synthetically inflated premium in bad faith.” The Toronto Star reports that complainants are looking for “offsetting damages in the aggregate quantity of the distinction in between the rates charged for ‘Official Platinum’ tickets and what their routine cost should have actually been,” per the grievance. They are likewise looking for $300 per consumer in compensatory damages. Ticketmaster is presently dealing with numerous claims over scams, rate repairing, anticompetitive habits, and more– particularly with concerns to the mess surrounding Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour ticket sales. The business is likewise dealing with a Senate hearing and an antitrust examination for abuse of power. Swift, the Cure, Neil Young, and others have actually openly slammed Ticketmaster for misusing its monopoly in the ticketing field. Pitchfork has actually connected to agents for Ticketmaster and Drake for more details and remark.