Counterfeiter technology has made it almost impossible to spot a counterfeited ticket… except when you use our technologies. The difference is as obvious as night and day!
Many law enforcement specialists will privately admit that some counterfeiting technology is now so sophisticated as to make it virtually impossible to tell a fake ticket from a genuine one.
When large numbers of counterfeit tickets for an event are sold, it can cause serious problems for the event organizers and in some cases law enforcement agencies also.
For example, as the event organiser you may have little or no direct control over what activities counterfeiters will take to try and sell fake tickets to the general public but when people are duped it will be your organisation and event that suffer major collateral damage. Guilt by erroneous public association may be unjust but it can still be hugely damaging to your reputation.
Secondly, a major event can be seriously compromised in circumstances where significant numbers of people arrive and expect to gain entry only to discover that their tickets are counterfeit. That can lead to real issues associated with the potential public disorder in such circumstances.
Yet all of these risks can be substantially reduced!
Using the latest advances in various forms of DNA encoding technologies, it is now possible to imprint your ticket with DNA trace markers that can be detected by a simple scan at entry. This allows rapid identification of fake tickets.
Of course, this doesn’t stop fakes being sold but it does mean that the counterfeiters will know that their efforts will be immediately detectable because this technology is virtually impossible to cost-effectively replicate.
Not only that but another powerful disincentive for the crooks arises from the fact that the DNA evidence encoded into the ticket will make prosecutions easier and successful outcomes all the more likely.
So, don’t put your event or your corporate image at risk. Talk to us at the earliest opportunity about our range of DNA-based event protection techniques.