"However, our work will not stop and Loughor, Pontllanfraith, Narberth and Abercrave have been added to the list of offenders along with the New Zealand Rugby Union and Australian Rugby Union.
"The District representatives for each of the clubs in question have been contacted and we will be following the same process as we have with the other clubs.
"Insofar as the NZRFU are concerned we have been in discussion with them directly and are working together to trace the offenders. We are pleased to discover that they have the same approach to this despicable practice as we do and collectively we will be working together to stamp it out.
Unfortunately we've been unable to speak directly to the Australians but hope to do so overnight and I feel confident that they will have the same approach.
"We want people to recognise that we won't be giving up on this mission so, if you're thinking of buying a ticket on e-bay or from a tout, don't do it as you run every risk of being ripped off. Ask those people who bought a total of £8,000 of tickets for Wales v Ireland on e-bay and the tickets didn't even exist. If you're thinking of selling a ticket then don't. We're out there and you just don't know who you are selling to!"