Why is the westfield site under fire?


In an extraordinary turn of events, a Westfield property in north London was recently under fire for selling cheap tickets for the Westfield Sydney Roosters rugby league game at the venue.

In March, Westfield Australia said it would close the Westfields Sydney Roosterers home and relocate the team to a nearby property, leaving thousands of people to pay for tickets.

But now the Westfords website has been taken down and an investigation into the event has been launched.

A spokesperson for Westfield said: “We are working closely with Westfield to ensure this does not happen again.”

We have made some improvements to our ticketing system which will help us to better manage the event and the community.

“The team will now be staying at their home and we are working with the local authorities to identify suitable alternatives for this game.”

The spokesperson added: “Westfield has a long history of providing a high quality experience for all guests.”

It is also important to note that we are committed to delivering the best possible experience for our guests, we will continue to work closely with the community to ensure they are well-served.

“Westfield NSW will continue working with all the local authority partners to improve their venues to ensure the best experience possible for the community.”

The NSW Police investigation into ticket scalping, which started on Thursday, comes just a few days after Westfield was found guilty of defrauding the state’s public purse.

In November, it was revealed that Westfield had been fined $9,500 for illegally selling out its Brisbane home game.

It was the third time in two years that the Queensland Government had been hit with a fine for scalping.

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