What does a counterfeit bill look like?

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A counterfeit bill will look just like real money. There are ways to tell the difference though. If you handle real money a lot, then you will be able to feel a difference from the texture. Look for blurry areas around the edges. If it is blurry anywhere, then you can assume it is fake.
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Counterfeit bills are usually brighter in color and do not have all the specialty security features that authentic money does. Such as the line and the presidents faces and numbers embedded in it. They also feel like paper.
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1. Examine the paper the bill is printed on. A genuine bill will have red and blue fibers embedded in the paper. A counterfeit bill may have the red and blue printed on the bill.
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1. watermark. 2. security thread. 3. the paper. 4. the iodine pen test. 5. the size of the bill.
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