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November 5, 2012

U. of B.C. alumnus allegedly stole, sold U-Passes online

A former student has been charged with two counts of fraud for allegedly buying the passes from students and selling them for a profit on Craigslist. Charges could also be pressed against the students who sold their passes, police say.


March 9, 2009

Bus pass fraud is growing concern at Cal

A recent search of Craigslist in the San Francisco Bay Area found half-a-dozen Class Passes for sale between $40 and $70. Sellers often are Cal students who don’t ride AC Transit buses.


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