World Cup chiefs have issued strong warnings over an explosion of bogus ticket websites amid fears touts and ruthless con men are massively cashing in on the tournament in

World Cup chiefs have issued strong warnings over an explosion of bogus ticket websites amid fears touts and ruthless con men are massively cashing in on the tournament in .
Tickets for the three England qualifier group games are being advertised in Russia for up to £3,200, and for the final in Moscow for £14,050.
<a href="https://worl<a style="font-weight: bold;" class="class" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" website claims to be in five languages but is only in Russian.
These are two among dozens boasting they sell tickets to all World Cup games including the final.
As one Russian news site complained in a headline: ‘FIFA has no tickets left for World Cup 2018: Ticket touts have plenty.’
A woman called Khristina who answered the phone at ‘We have original tickets. We bought them from our own quota: we had a special booking, an internal arrangement with FIFA. It was at the beginning of December [2017].’
FIFA this week announced legal action in Switzerland against online ticket platform Viagogo
This site purports to offer tickets for England’s opener against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 with these prices: Category 1: 25,000 roubles (£300), Category 2: 20,000 rouble (£242), category 3: 18,000 roubles (£217), category 4 (for Russian citizens only): 15,000 roubles (£181).
A series of ‘VIP packages’ are also offered.
One called ‘Match Business Seat’ costs 265,000 roubles or £3,200 and purports to include ‘exquisite dishes and elite drinks before and after the game and during the break, an exclusive souvenir set, and hostess (service)’ in an elite guest zone.
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS sport" data-version="2" id="mol-2ed59d40-6b05-11e8-bb13-837ffaed1dcd" website World Cup ticket websites selling tickets for over £23,000