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(Chippewa Herald)   Protip: When trying to return a printer at Walmart, remember to remove the counterfeit bills from it first   (chippewa.com) divider line 3
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2013-03-09 09:26:06 AM
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With the price of ink as it is, it probably costs over $100 to print one $100 bill.
2013-03-09 11:49:07 AM
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Popcorn Johnny: It's a crime to photocopy money? Attempting to use it is another matter, but seems that just making a copy wouldn't mean a crime had been committed


It may not even be possible on standard equipment. There's a special pattern of circles on bank notes which can be detected by photocopiers and scanners.

Anyone using a color printer should also be aware that it may be watermarking every output page with a coded pattern of yellow dots which identify the manufacturer, serial number, etc.
2013-03-09 09:34:58 AM
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Sock Ruh Tease: With the price of ink as it is, it probably costs over $100 to print one $100 bill.


not necessarily, you can recycle cartridges, so it's only like $83
 
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