One in particular that was sent to me personally. We are currently working on a story about a Long Island high school student - Matthew Mayer - who won Giants-Eagles tickets in a Terrell Thomas-sponsored video contest. The situation is still unresolved.
Apparently, when the 17-year-old went to pick-up his tickets at will call on Dec 19 (the day the Giants lost to Philadelphia, 38-31) the ticket office would not release the tickets to him. They said the tickets were not in his name. It turns out, Thomas only wrote the kid's first and middle name on the envelope (Matthew Christopher). He left off the last name.
The kid then called the agent, who told him to buy two seats and they would reimburse him. The cheapest tickets available were in the $425 range. So, he went ahead and bought them. Four months later, Mayer is still trying to recoup his $850 from Thomas and his agent, who have unfriended him on Facebook and continue to ignore his calls and emails, even though they originally said the price of the tickets was not an issue.
The Giants, realizing the the will call tickets actually were Mayer's, have not commented but have provided the envelope with the wrong information for all to clarify.