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Counterfeit $100 bills

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Re: Counterfeit $100 bills

Postby backstagedee » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:27 pm

Location of the security strip will help in identifying bleached bills. Also the bleaching process often makes the bills glow under UV light much like regular paper does.
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Re: Counterfeit $100 bills

Postby Xenokilla » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:40 pm

John Q Public wrote:Here's an example. See how Lincoln is the watermark? If its a $100.00 it has be Benjamin. This is a classic example of the bleach process counterfeit. The top example was formerly a $5.00 bill.
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Re: Counterfeit $100 bills

Postby Xenokilla » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:44 pm

bdcbbq wrote:I wonder if I should check bills when I get them from the bank. I don't get many $100's from other people.


I work in retail management so i gets a few dozen everyday. the new ones are pretty cool:

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