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Old 11-27-2012, 01:39 AM   #136
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:26 AM   #137
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When we checked in last time, everyone had to show thier passport or other photo id.
Flame away But I've actually shared a room w/a guest not listed on my reservation. It's quite easy.
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:08 AM   #138
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Agreed. If you don't go to a theme park, confine yourself to the resort and look old enough to not get carded for buying alcohol, how would Disney know?
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Old 11-28-2012, 08:27 AM   #139
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I think most seem to be missing the point now. The issue isn't whether Disney will find out. In fact I am sure they know they will not catch everyone sneaking back on property.

The point is that after anyone is banned and are officaially and in writing told not to return, much more serious charges can be filed if they are caught.



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Old 12-26-2012, 01:27 PM   #140
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Im still curious about a question a previous poster asked, has anyone heard of a ban being overturned???
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:36 PM   #141
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OT, but a funny story.

Many years ago at the local mall, I unlocked a car that I thought was mine with MY keys!!! It wasn't until I was inside that I noticed the car wasn't mine. There was a jacket and other items that clued me in. I wonder to this day if it would have started. Instead I was so horrified I got out quickly before anyone saw me and gingerly walked one row over to my car.
Maybe 10 years ago while at Downtown Disney, we got into a minivan that we rented and realized that it wasn't ours. So our whole family of six hopped out and found "our" van. I believe that they left their van open and when my husband used the remote, he thought it opened the van and we all jumped in. The clue was there was sand inside and the drivers seat was in a different position. And some clothes that didn't belong to us!
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:47 PM   #142
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Actually knew someone who was banned, she was allowed to come to the WWoS but never back in a park. She was known to be a pathalogical liar and a thief, she was also an avid pin collector. While at a kiosk in MK, she told her son to hold on to some pins that she wanted and was still looking around. Then said lets go, he thought she paid for them and security was there and busted HIM for theft. They had video of her giving the pins to him. They wanted to put him in Juvenile jail and the mom took the blame, she ended up doing 30 days in jail and had to sign an agreement to never come back in the parks. I saw the letter so this much i know is true. How they let her do 30 days rather than her son I don't know, something is wrong with that part of the story I do believe. He was not banned only she was. She passed away a year and a half later, but like I said was allowed back at the WWoS that following year.
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:56 PM   #143
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Makes me think about when people want to take a trip to Canada... until recently if you have been convicted of:
driving under the influence of alcohol;
public mischief; or
shoplifting.
You are not allowed in, now you can request a one time temporary resident visa (even for a short day stay while on a cruise) and hope that they will allow you to come.
So many families have been effected by this because the wife or husband want to go on an Alaska cruise, but ALL of them have a port stop in Canada, and they have not been allowed to go because someone has a record.

Seems like Disney is banning people from visiting the World just like Canada is for visiting their country. You had your chance to be a good citizen, you screwed up so don't come visit anymore.
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:24 PM   #144
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Maybe 10 years ago while at Downtown Disney, we got into a minivan that we rented and realized that it wasn't ours. So our whole family of six hopped out and found "our" van. I believe that they left their van open and when my husband used the remote, he thought it opened the van and we all jumped in. The clue was there was sand inside and the drivers seat was in a different position. And some clothes that didn't belong to us!
We had a similar experience--except we opened up two vans (and almost a third) using the remote (we were opening the back of the van to get things out) before we found "ours"!!!!! The first had a pair of crutches in the back (not us), the second had a stroller (definitely not us) and by the third we looked in before we opened. I reported it to the rental company when we turned the van back in but I'm sure that report went nowhere. Taught me not to leave any valuables in a rental car because you don't know who can open it.
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:39 PM   #145
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Actually, it was the use of the Tower of Terror for one ride without any restraints.

When my kids misbehave at Hollywood Studios, I point over to the Tower of Terror and say that riding that might be their punishment. They HATE that ride. I'd definitely let 'em use their restraints though....definitely want to keep 'em around!
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:42 PM   #146
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Banned from Disney? I would hate that!!
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:49 PM   #147
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From all the reports of rental cars and access, I'm betting that the rental car companies use a more limited number of remotes/key combinations than typically available to make replacement easier. I'm sure they need to deal with that frequently enough.
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:52 PM   #148
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We had a similar experience--except we opened up two vans (and almost a third) using the remote (we were opening the back of the van to get things out) before we found "ours"!!!!! The first had a pair of crutches in the back (not us), the second had a stroller (definitely not us) and by the third we looked in before we opened. I reported it to the rental company when we turned the van back in but I'm sure that report went nowhere. Taught me not to leave any valuables in a rental car because you don't know who can open it.
Yup -- my keyless remote opened up somebody else's rental car and I was too sleepy to realize I was getting into a navy blue car, and not the black one we had rented. Figures I was just opening the door and realizing my mistake when the real renter walked up
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Now that would be embarrassing. I hope the real renter was understanding.
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Old 12-30-2012, 08:06 AM   #150
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Yup -- my keyless remote opened up somebody else's rental car and I was too sleepy to realize I was getting into a navy blue car, and not the black one we had rented. Figures I was just opening the door and realizing my mistake when the real renter walked up
Funny story at a family gathering a few years ago, I was tasked with moving a bunch of cousins, aunts and uncles vehicles from our driveway so that one aunt and her daughter could head out for home.

I discovered that one cousin's Ford key both unlocked and started another family member's car. At first I thought I had just mixed up the keys, but the real funny came when my uncle admitted he gave me the keys to a vehicle he'd left at home ... you know as a joke ... so he was like "What'd you do, hotwire my truck?" -- and I was like you mean 'these' aren't your keys?

It was kinda funny.. But there are limited number of key/unlock combinations. I have been at the mall and unlocked & entered a vehicle that wasn't mine on more than one occasion but with the new codes built into the keys, I haven't been able to start one. Thank goodness!
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