Those wishing to attend the finals are to be reminded that on tickets bought from official sources will be valid.
Sky Sports News headquarters contacted getsporting.com and received an automated response stating Rugby World Cup bookings will be refunded.
In light of the expected Rugby World Cup celebrations, police across the country will be ensuring that fans are safe and enjoy the festivities responsibly.
Tickets distributed officially by the ER2015 are strictly non-transferable, and any that are believed to be resold or redistributed might well be cancelled or seized as per ER2015’s terms and conditions.
These can only be purchased through the official hospitality programme, operated by Rugby Travel & Hospitality Ltd (RTH) at www.rugbyworldcup.com/hospitality.
Mr Fyfe added: “We’d like to see much clearer criminal legislation against people involved in secondary ticket markets – those who are operating fraudulently”.
On Monday Hannah Bardell, the MP for Livingston, has submitted an Early Days Motion asking Westminster to “condemn the banning of bagpipes from the upcoming Rugby World Cup“.
The All Blacks were counting the bruises on Tuesday after an intensely physical training session as they ramped up preparations for their defence of the Rugby World Cup.
“We’re always anxious about moving 82,000-plus in and out of a city”, said Stephen Brown, the managing director of England Rugby 2015.
To make it more enjoyable the bunch at Food24 have compiled a list of restaurant and bar specials especially geared for the World Cup, while the boys at Sport24 will keep you entertained with everything from LIVE interactive match commentary to the ultimate World Cup Quiz.
It has been shown from the 2012 Olympics and other major events in the United Kingdom that ticket touts are often linked with other forms of criminality.
Tickets are strictly non-transferable and must not be sold or offered, exposed or made available for sale.
A spokeswoman for the Rugby World Cup said: “For safety reasons, every human being in a venue needs a ticket so that venue capacities are not exceeded”.
However, because it’s hosted overseas, the company’s website is still up and running – and still offering tickets for sale.
In 1995, 1999, 2007 and 2011 the All Blacks went into World Cups as overwhelming favourites in spite of a chokers’ tag hanging over them, but the class of 2015 are serial winners.