By Chloe Keedy, ITV News reporter
ITV News has uncovered new evidence that ticket resale site Viagogo may be breaking the law.
Viagogo was ordered back in November, by the courts, to change the way it runs its website to protect people trying to buy concert tickets.
But our exclusive investigation reveals there are still serious questions over whether Viagogo is complying.
Fans of the rapper Drake will know that tickets to his gigs sell out fast. But this morning seats for his next London shows were for sale on the site before they'd even been released.
Viagogo is subject to a court order forcing the company to change the way it runs its site.
Adam Webb from campaign group FanFair Alliance was watching when tickets went on sale this morning. He says there's no question Viagogo is breaking the law.
And he says those listings are missing vital details.
Despite our findings which ITV News showed Viagogo insists it's not breaking the law.
But consumer expert Jasmine Birtles disagrees.
The Competition and Markets Authority says it is investigating. Campaigners say they are yet to be convinced.