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May 7, 2014 ... Technology (and uniform bill sizes) make American paper money too ... counterfeiters who bleach authentic one- and five-dollar bills and then ...

Oct 11, 2010 ... at Pontiac Shell, I was not the one to take this, & this is just a copy of it, it looked like a real one hundred bill until you saw the watermark witch ...


1)DO NOT START WITH THE BACK OF THE $1 BILL. THE BACK IS HARDER .... (I found this to work better than bleach and a lot less fumes.) 2)$1 or $5 bills.


Jan 18, 2016 ... The U.S. Dollar is made up of a 3:1 blend of cotton and linen. Yup, you ... A $20 dollar bill remains in circulation on average for four years. Regular ... He then used bleach to remove the ink from any unprotected areas. This is ...


Mar 24, 2008 ... Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer. making 5 out of 1 : Take a one dollar bill; use bleach or nail polish to remove ...


Mar 21, 2011 ... The brothers bleached $1 and $5 dollar bills – that is, washed the ink off of them – and reprinted images of $100 dollar bills onto the paper.


A big scam people have been doing these days is taking one or five dollar bills and bleaching them clean and printing a new bill (usually a 50 or a 100) on top of  ...


Sep 10, 2012 ... Counterfeiters turn bleached small bills into $100s ... Often, the bleached dollars are manufactured in other countries, ... Locally, Glendinning said, counterfeiters usually don't manufacture a huge amount of money at one time.


Dec 16, 2009 ... Some bleach $1 bills and print $100 bills; others use holographic wrapping paper available at any dollar store. And it's not just the little guy.