crime  money


Question by  ducan (30)

How do they recognize counterfeit money?

How is it made?


Answer by  HelpChat (494)

Counterfeit money can range from amateur copies printed on a computer to very sophisticated knock-offs. It is recognized by careful examination of micro-features, special cotton, print quality, and watermarks.


Answer by  cgrid76hotmailcom (545)

sloppy jobs ,ink not lined up where it is suppose to be. Micro markings not present.Red,blue,yellow fibers in the paper itself.And the people usally spend it at a big store where it is checked with a speacil marker made to check for that .it could be just somthing so simple as the head off alittle


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Counterfeit money is usually made via a printer, though sometimes via a printing press. It can be recognized due to lack of RFID stripes or watermarks.


Answer by  sonicfoundation (2597)

Counterfeit money is made in a wide variety of ways with varying degrees of success. Counterfeit bills are most commonly recognized with by a pen with a special type of ink that changes colors when it comes into contact with the bill.

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