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I recently tried to deposit four $100 bills in the ATM. Three were accepted, one was rejected. With regard to the source of these bills it is conceivable that it could be counterfeit.

I looked at this website to try to determine whether the bill is real:There are red and blue fibers that are clearly real and not just printed on. (One of them I might even be able to tear off if I had very good tweezers. Could this last fact actually be a point against the bill?)

There’s a watermark of Ben Franklin on the right hand side of the bill.

There’s a USA100 USA100 strip to the left of the portrait, michael kors outlet uk.

With regard to the rest of the points on the website, http://www.restaurant-surlaplace.fr/, the printing/border/etc. appears to be clear, distinct, regular and so on but I can’t exactly tell for sure.

Points against the bill:

The ATM rejected it.

The paper of the bill possibly feels different than other bills I have thinner, more lightweight. (But maybe I’m just imagining this now that it is an issue? Confirmation bias, etc.? I don’t really know anything about currency.)

The bill is a Series 2003.

If it helps you decide what to do, keep in mind that if you do have a counterfeit bill, the last one holding it gets stuck with the bag.

posted by pla at 2:00 PM on October 2, 2011

Take it to a retail store and ask to use their counterfeit pen.

posted by litnerd at 2:00 PM on October 2, 2011 [1 favorite]

The thinner lighter feeling could very well just be that it’s been in circulation longer and therefore been touched my more hands.

If you have looked into it this much and have still found no solid evidence that it’s a fake, http://www.173rd-praha.eu/, I would personally consider due diligence to have been done and just spend it. If that’s too morally grey for you though, http://www.floralflairflorist.co.uk/, just take it to a teller at the bank and say you want to deposit it, but the ATM wouldn’t take it. No need to say you think it might be a fake, they’ll check it out. If it’s good enough for a human bank teller to take then it’s definitely good enough.

posted by 256 at 2:01 PM on October 2, 2011 [1 favorite]

It’s also worth noting that if it has seen a lot of circulation that could also make it harder for the ATM to read it properly.

posted by 256 at 2:01 PM on October 2, 2011

I would go to your regular bank and say that you think someone might have bought something from you off Craig’s List with a counterfeit bill and can they please check it for you.

posted by empath at 2:02 PM on October 2, http://www.aedre.fr/, 2011 [2 favorites]

When I was 16, and a checker at a grocery store, someone passed me a counterfeit $100 bill. They bought a single roll of toilet paper, so I gave them 99 real dollars in change. I got in serious, serious trouble. Please don’t do this.

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