I do not have a crystal ball. Please do not ask me if you think there will be drops or what time they will occur. I don't know until it happens.
There is no way for me to know if you are aware of a drop or not. This system is for fans helping other fans get into shows. A phone call would be nice if you spot a drop. When you get the notification from me, usually it is because another fan spotted the drop and called me. Pay it forward.
For the most part, yes. GA and tickets around the stage are typically what are made available later. There have been occasions when upper level sections have been opened up after the stage is arranged. That was mostly during the half-house arrangement for Devil's and Dust.
Those issues have been extremely rare. The software can tell me if the call was answered or if it rang and nobody answered. After a call goes out, I review the call report and if there seems to be an anomaly with a particular number, I will resend the message, or call the number personally.
You will get a call for as many drops as there are. There is no limit. I have had instances where one venue has had 15 drops and subsequently, subscribers have gotten that many calls. You can send me an email and I can unsubscribe you if you have gotten tickets for a particular venue.
The system will make several attempts. If you do not answer, a message will be left.
. I used to allow this, until a few people took advantage and signed up friends for the same cost. If you want a second number for a single venue the cost is double. My advice is to simply send it to your cell phone and keep it on all the time. Except in the movies.
No. The system is based on an automated phone call system.
No. I have invested in the system that I use and spend an inordinate amount of time monitoring for drops. You are paying for that service.