OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - Orange County deputies shut down an office on Thursday that was suspected of selling invalid theme park tickets.
In all, investigators seized 75 theme park tickets and various signs before closing the doors to the International Drive business.
WFTV returned to the business hours later, and a sign in the window read that the business would be open at 4 p.m. The sign also left a phone number for customers to call.
Channel 9's Racquel Asa called the line and spoke with someone from a time share marketing company who said discount tickets are only given to customers who attend a timeshare presentation, not sold.
Other local business owners said the there are plenty of similar businesses along the strip illegally selling tickets.
"We can't do anything without a complaint," said Lt. Robert Stephens. "So, once we get the complaint, we aggressively act on it, like you saw today."