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Q: what do they do with the money collected in the public bus?

6 years 41 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Having nice dinner in fancy restaurant Smile

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the offload them at the bus-station, and then they pay a guy to break the rev counters on all the busses

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I assume they distribute those money's as part of the salaries of the employee's. Where else do they get money from? That's how they make money...it's just like if a street musician played money and you dropped it in his tin can. If you asked where does the money go that you dropped in the tin can you would say that it went to that street performer. 

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They do pay their staff with it, it's crazy to think but they count all of it up, put it into bundles of 100 and give to their staff on payday.

 

They could take it to the bank but that would be too much trouble. If you read other sites such as chinasmack.com their have been reports of this!

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Some crazy notion of using it to run the system. 

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This just seems so open to abuse to me, think of it;

 

no record of how many passengers have travelled on your bus,

no tickets issued

a bucket full of cold hard cash (and no doubt a fair few forgeries).

 

Opportunity + Availability - Chances of getting caught = Certain Crime

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