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How to stop scalping and re-selling of railways tickets during Spring Festival? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-1-23 08:49:42 |Display all floors
It is very simple.

When someone buys a ticket, a special bracelet with the person's name and ID is included and locked into his or her
wrist as wrist band.

if you cut the wrist band, the ticket becomes useless. No excuse.

Those wristband are similar to what the police use or hospital bracelet for identification, so no one should buy
illegal tickets.

Everyone has to wait in line to board the train to go home for New Year.

Happy New Year !!!!

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Post time 2010-1-23 11:29:23 |Display all floors

actually

this is exactly what is used in australia

the band is locked on the wrist, initiating a chemical reaction inside the band

if the band is broken or stretched (to get it off), the chemical reaction is completed, leading to a colour change
(beast ex machina)

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Post time 2010-1-23 11:33:27 |Display all floors
A far better idea is an indelible ink stamp on the forehead of the ticket purchaser.
Therefore, no need for hardcopy ticket or bracelet.
To scalp this ticket, the scalper must decapitate you and sell your head (big head)   
jia na da ren

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Post time 2010-1-23 11:36:57 |Display all floors
Originally posted by canada_man at 2010-1-23 09:03
A far better idea is an indelible ink stamp on the forehead of the ticket purchaser.
Therefore, no need for hardcopy ticket or bracelet.
To scalp this ticket, the scalper mus ...



Canada_man ..............haha  

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