Hey, I was at Disneyland last week and was getting on Space Mountain with a fastpass, and as I was entering the ride, I overheard the CM taking the fast passes tell the guest behind me that his fastpass was counterfeit. I didn't bother hanging around to see what happened but I was wondering what would they do with someone like that? Have any of the CMs who browse these boards caught a fastpass counterfeiter? I was just curious what disneylands stance on this would be? I would imagine that it's probably a more widespread problem then you would think seeing as the passes look pretty simple to fake.
I always thought that it would be a much simpler plan if the passes were all digital. Would probably save quite a bit of paper as well, and the functionality is already there. The fastpass machines themselves know if your admission pass currently has an active fastpass associated with it and what ride that fastpass is for. All it would take is giving the CM who checks the passes a scanner to scan your ticket.
Or they could just get rid of them all together which would be an even simpler solution