How to identify true and false train tickets

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How to identify true and false train tickets

during the Spring Festival transportation, one ticket is hard to get, and fake tickets are rampant. How to identify true and false train tickets? Shanghai railway police said that following the five words "look, touch, photo, rub, right" will lead to rust and corrosion, which can help passengers effectively identify fake tickets

first, look: to identify true and false train tickets, we must first "look". Carefully identify or slightly change the angle, and you can see that the properties of anti-counterfeiting hidden plastics such as "China Railway" and "CR" (abbreviation of "China Railway" in English) are printed on the shading pattern of the ticket, which are related to time and temperature; Secondly, we should see whether the handwriting is clear. Because many fake train tickets are made by "digging up invalid tickets", the counterfeiters dig out the station name, ticket price and date of invalid tickets, and paste the location, amount and time of long-distance stations by classification. Therefore, we should focus on "arrival name, ticket price, train number" and other places to see whether there are traces of alteration and digging up. The handwriting of fake tickets is often vague, untidy, uneven, and so on

second, touch: the real ticket feels smooth and smooth; The fake ticket feels rough and protruding. In particular, the "full page fake ticket" is printed with a high-definition color printer. There is a lot of ink on this fake ticket, which is very easy to drop ink. With one touch, the ink sticks to your hand

the third is illumination: illumination with sunlight or strong light. Shine against the light first to see if there is a railway logo watermark on the ticket, which is mainly aimed at those "full page fake tickets". Then carefully identify the departure and terminal stations, driving time and ticket prices, which are the key areas that are most likely to be "tampered with". This is for those tickets that have been patched up and altered. The surface of the ticket, which is used in a wide range to achieve excellent mechanical properties, is slightly whitened in direct sunlight because a part of the paper fiber is scraped off; In addition, take a close look at the light with a magnifying glass. If you see cracks or overlaps in the station name, ticket price, train number, etc., most of them are fake tickets

the fourth is rubbing: at present, we should pay more attention to the new "electronic ticket" printed by microcomputer, which is widely used by railway departments. It uses special paper, which is of good quality, flexible and flat. Roll it into a circle by hand and rub it. If you let it go, it will return to its original state; The paper thickness of the fake ticket is different, and the fake ticket is relatively soft. It is difficult to stretch it with a little hand rubbing

five is right: you can take the real train ticket to compare carefully. No matter where the train ticket goes, as long as it is a real ticket, the paper quality and handwriting are the same. The paper of the fake ticket is diverse, and the gloss of the ticket is poor, and the pattern of the ticket shading is not clear. Another example is that there are two "00" after the decimal point of the amount of a real ticket. If there is only one number "0" after the decimal point of the amount, it must be a fake ticket

another way is to code. There is a basic common sense about train tickets: each ticket is printed with a bar code. The top group of codes on the left side of the train ticket (such as 142t082553 or 78h082917). In the bar code number group at the bottom of the ticket, the contents starting from letters in the above codes should be displayed in the second group, such as t082553 or h082917

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