How do You Tell if a 100 Dollar Bill is Fake?

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One way to tell if a One Hundred Dollar Bill is fake is by holding it up to the light and be looking for the security strip that's pressed into the bill while being made.
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US bills issued before 1990 didn't have a lot of anti-counterfeiting features. They don't have a watermark, a security strip, color-shifting ink, etc. so you have to go by appearance
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Benjamin Franklin is featured on the U.S. 100 dollar bill. The 100 dollar bill is one of two U.S. currencies that does not feature a former President of the United States. The other
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1. Tilt the stripe to see maple leaves and numbers. Hold the note face-forward. Tilt it while watching the metallic stripe on the left hand side. Maple leaves will be visible and
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When holding any new bill up to the light, there are typically three things that a person is looking for: 1) Watermark portrait depicting the same image as the primary portrait. 2
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The easiest way to tell a fake one hundred dollar bill is to check for a watermark. You can also look to see if the security strip is in place. ...
1. Tilt the stripe to see maple leaves and numbers. Hold the note face-forward. Tilt it while watching the metallic stripe on the left hand side. Maple leaves ...
1. Tilt the stripe to see maple leaves and numbers. Hold the note face-forward. Tilt it while watching the metallic stripe on the left hand side. Maple leaves ...
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