Originally Posted by pearland
DO NOT BE FOOLED. It's all smoke and mirrors.
Dude - Your conspiracy theory is crazy!
You claim that the owner started the website to sell his own PSLs?!
Not so my friend!- read the article written about the company in the Sports Business Journal
You make it sound like the Texans were the first team to partner with seasonticketrights.com after the owner, as you put it, “put a more professional look on his idea and pitched the idea to the Texans.” False - seasonticketrights.com has the following partnerships in addition to the Texans: Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas Speedway. The company has also been mentioned in many publications- see their Press Box
You claim that the seller in every transaction is anonymous.
False again- the buyer and seller contact information is given to both parties during the transfer. Read their Buyer Process
You claim that the Houston Texans Ticket Office will be buying all the PSLs and then reselling them?!?!? Not true!- once again the buyer and seller contact information is given to both parties during the transfer, so this would be pretty obvious if this was the case.
You claim that the owner buys all the PSLs and resells them?!?!? HaHa! FALSE- again, the buyer and seller contact information is given to both parties during the transfer. Also, if the owner buys all the PSLs, then he must have some crazy bankroll because they did over $6 Million in PSL transactions last year, which they state in their Press Box
You claim that if someone wished to sell their PSLs at face value, they will never get listed.
FALSE- there are already PSLs listed for face value on the marketplace.
I used seasonticketrights.com before they partnered with the Texans and there was none of this alleged craziness that you speak of! Sorry to debunk your theory…the site is legit.