Woman arrested in Walt Disney World ticket scam

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A woman was arrested in Osceola County for selling fraudulent Disney World theme park tickets to an undercover officer for $260 faced a judge this past Thursday.

Karrie Michelle Geith was charged with grant theft three counts, counterfeiting admission tickets with an attempt to defraud. Her accomplices Brett Snyder and Nola Davila have been arrested previously for the same scam.

Geith and partners set up shop in Second City on Florida State Road 535.  The store owner thought he was renting space to a legitimate business and not people reselling used Disney tickets.

The detectives were told there were extra days on the tickets that weren’t used by Geith and that they would have to use her name at the front gate.

Geith is already out on bail.

Please remember Disney tickets are nontransferable.

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  1. I don’t think it’s Disney’s place to tell people what they can and what they can’t do with the tickets they they already paid full price for, it’s their property once they pay for it isn’t it? Isn’t this a free country or are we in China now?

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