Beijing man registers more than ten accounts for driving an online car, and is sentenced to imprisonment for cheating and making up 10,000 yuan

  Justice Network News (reporter Yang Yonghao, correspondent Zhou Yu, Liang Shuang) A few days ago, a man in Beijing opened an online car-hailing car to cheat subsidies by the Beijing Daxing District Procuratorate filed a public prosecution, the court sentenced Yang Zhijian to five months in prison for fraud, suspended for ten months, and fined 1,000 yuan.

  Yang Zhijian to earn a network about car platform high subsidies, has registered 6 driver number, 12 passenger number, with the passenger number to place an order, and then with the driver number to receive orders, driving an empty car after the trip, with the passenger number to the driver number payment, defrauding the platform subsidy 10,000 yuan. On October 18, 2015, Yang Zhijian was arrested by the public security organs.

  The prosecutor handling the case believes that the occurrence of the case reflects the problems of lax registration review of online ride-hailing drivers, improper setting of reward rules, and poor supervision of the operation process in the operation and management of the company involved. In this regard, the prosecutor issued a procuratorial proposal to the company. The procuratorial proposal attracted great attention from the company, which actively took measures to fill the loopholes in the operation and management, and wrote to the prosecutor about the implementation as soon as possible. Combining the procuratorial proposal with the company’s actual situation, the company has raised the entry threshold for online ride-hailing drivers, strengthened the registration and review mechanism for online ride-hailing drivers, left marks through the computer system, allowed online ride-hailing drivers to get rid of flukes, and strengthened safety education and legal education. At the same time, it has standardized the regulations and order on rewards and subsidies, improved supervision, filled in the loopholes that can be exploited in the rules, and prevented the recurrence of similar crimes.