Counterfeiting is Alive and Well

April 11, 2016 in Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Collecting, Currency, Education, History, Money, News, Numismatic Crimes, Numismatica, Numismatics, Opinion, U.S. Notes, US Federal Reserve, US Government

By: Caitlyn Trautwein (Coin Update News)


Obverse of current $100 bill, first issued in 2013.


Although the average American may not think about it on a daily basis, it would come as no surprise to most that counterfeiting U.S. currency is an industry that is alive and well today. There is a reason the $10 bill is up for a redesign; it’s a security measure to try and keep ahead of counterfeiters, and anyone who has used a larger bill in retail will have seen the special black “markers” that cashiers use to check currency. If it comes out yellow or brown, you’re… Full article at the source>

Source: (Coin Update News)

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