Justin Bieber's Believe Tour reportedly sold out within an hour of going live — tickets are more than a hot commodity.
The teenage heartthrob makes a stops at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Monday and at Houston's Toyota Center on Tuesday with fellow Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen, and while some online sellers are banking on inflated ticket prices, at least one is making hundreds by passing off counterfeit tickets.
As KHOU is reporting, a seller going by the name of Michael Miller has scammed families in Dallas/Fort Worth and in the Houston area by selling fake tickets to the shows.
University of Houston student Jenny Nguyen purchased a $250 ticket from Miller several weeks ago, just hours before KHOU ran the story of Fort Worth grandmother Sam Vykukal, who had nearly drained her bank account purchasing counterfeit tickets to the Dallas concert from the same man.
Authorities are now trying to track down the seller, who allegedly scammed at least one other Houston-area mom. Ticketmaster urges customers to purchase tickets from websites that offer a money-back guarantee.
Watch KHOU's full report below: