WDW To Enforce FastPass+ Rules For Those Trying To Cheat The System – Beginning To Lock MDE Accounts Already

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Jun. 7 2017, Updated 12:32 p.m. ET

The Walt Disney Company continues to find the most efficient ways for guests to enjoy their theme parks, but there are always those who will want more. No matter what decade or era, there have been those trying to cheat at the game, and that includes the current FastPass+ system. Now, Walt Disney World is going to crack down and enforce the rules for their ride and attraction system, which could lead to the lockdown of My Disney Experience accounts of those who try to cheat.

UPDATE on June 7, 2017, at 4:15 p.m.

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It appears as if Disney is moving ahead with the new validation system right away. As of today (June 7, 2017), any guest found to be booking and using extra FastPass+ selections that are not from valid Disney Parks’ tickets that day, will have their My Disney Experience accounts locked. This will hinder guests from being able to book any further FastPass+ selections at all.

According to WDWNT, Disney’s system will begin going through all accounts overnight and looking for any FastPass+ selections made in unallowed manners. If they are found, the My Disney Experience account will be locked and guests will have to visit Guest Relations in a Walt Disney World theme park to see if it will be unlocked. Should it be found that the FastPass+ selections were not made illegally, the account will be unlocked.

If Disney finds that the selections were made without active/legal tickets, the account could be locked permanently.

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Soon, Disney will implement a “validation system” that will enforce the rules of the FastPass+ system and not allow guests to get more than they are entitled to receive. As of now, this new aspect of the system will be called “In-Park Validation,” and the name clearly describes what it is.

As reported by WDW News Today, the system will work in a way that ensures those who are using FastPasses are those who have already entered the park. In a nutshell, that means you will have to have entered a Walt Disney World theme park with your ticket in order for FastPasses on a ticket or MagicBand to work that day.

If this ends up rolling out in its present form, it will actually stop a lot of cheaters and system abusers from continuing to use loopholes. The biggest reason for stopping their ways is that Cast Members will have the authority and ability to lock My Disney Experience accounts for those trying to cheat.

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