Stubhubunethical charges

On 4/22/16 i sold derby tickets on stub hub. On 4/25/16, i still havent received my tickets, so stub hub told me to lenghten the delivery date. When i did this the buyer decided he didnt want wait till i got them, so stub hub got them some other tickets. After this i receive an email saying i was being charged $900 because i was unable to produce the tickets at that time. Eventually, after complaining, they dropped it down to $675, because it was my first time. For some reason churchill decided to wait till 4/ 25 /16 to mail our tickets out, which i had no control, but did inform stub hub. If i wasnt going to sell the tickets why would i list them with stub hub. I feel stub hub takes advantage of the situation, then charges the consumer outrageous fees.

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    So Yoon Ahn Dec 03, 2016
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    It seems it's the way they do business.

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