ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Disneyland Resort is cracking down on disabled guests who sell their right to go to the front of the line on rides.
Several news reports have involved disabled tour guides who charge money - sometimes hundreds of dollars - to take people with them and bypass lines in the California and Florida parks.
The Orange County Register says the company sent letters last week warning such guides that it will take away their guest-assistance cards and deny them park entry if they continue to use the cards for commercial purposes.
The Register says despite publicity, some advertisements remained active Thursday on Craigslist - including some charging up to $400 a day.
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