Detect reuse or sharing of licenses
The AntiPass Back software detects when an ID is re-scanned in the same evening. It can be used several ways;
- at the front door to detect licenses which are shared or ‘Passed-Back’ to others
- at the front door to confirm returning patrons have paid cover charge
- at the bar to identify individuals who are consuming too much
- at the bar to identify individuals who are purchasing for their underage friends
- helps detect fake IDs which have the same ‘cloned’ data stripe
Some clubs use the ID Pass-Back detection to ensure wrist bands or ink stamps have not been transferred from exiting customers. If a customer’s ID was scanned when they first entered and were banded/marked, then when they leave & return, an ‘ID Pass-Back’ alarm should be generated when the ID is rescanned.
Left image shows license number, DOB with current scan time at the top of the list and previous scans below. Right image shows multiple scans in a short period of time; this may indicate over serving or drinks being purchased for underage friends.
Automatic Anti Pass-Back Database Management
The database used by the Anti Pass-Back code is automatically deleted after 12 hours of inactivity. In normal operation, this means the database is cleared and ready for use on a nightly basis, assuming no IDs are swiped for 12 hours. This automatic management feature can be overridden by manually deleting the database from the handheld computer’s memory as follows: