what to do


Question by  sweetp (11)

What do I do with ripped currency - a USA twenty dollar bill?

Is it still good?


Answer by  Donny99 (180)

You should bring the bill to your local bank. The bank will give you a new twenty dollar bill and they will take the old bill out of circulation by sending it to the federal government.

posted by Anonymous
I just went to my bank (11-2010) and requested to have some money replaced that my dog tried to eat and they said "Sorry, we can't help you." Nice huh? Once again banks do what is easy for them.  add a comment
Reply by Smalls (1):
No they want .Idid that and they told me that i have to have the other part which i do not have  add a comment

Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

A twenty dollar bill, if it is taped together, will be accepted by any bank or credit union. It may not be accepted by a retailer or store; that is their choice.


Answer by  Turkwork (1150)

Ripped currency is still good as long as you have at least 51% of the bill in your possession. If there is less than 51% the bill is no longer any good. You can also exchange it for a new bill as long as you have the same 51% of the bill. Just take it to a bank.


Answer by  cajudge1963yahoocom (16)

yes,you could tape it back together, take to your bank as long if you can the number of bank depoistroy was made at


Answer by  rafaelmartinez (0)

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