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Modern Mom 13/12/13(Fri)22:52 No. 1793 ID: 740f9c

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How does one make counterfeit dollars? My buddy did it, back when I wasn't interested in knowing it, but he died back in 2010.

I don't want to make big bills since they catch on to that quick. Just small bills, like 1s and 5s. There was also someone counterfeiting 20s in the area so I'd be waiting and using different bills anyways. A basic run through of how to do it would be nice. It'd help me out a lot.

Modern Mom 13/12/15(Sun)16:52 No. 1803 ID: 11f0b2

counterfeiting a $1 isn't profitable.
This is because the easiest way to counterfeit a US bill is to use $1s as your paper source.

Scrub off the image on a $1 and then use a high-quality printer to print a bigger bill's face onto the paper. Go for something like $5s or $20s. Buy items that cost between $2-5 at a convenience store in "the next town over" -- aim for rush hours

(best times: 0600-0800 morning rush; people going to work. 1200-1400 lunch rush. 1700-1900 evening rush; people coming home from work. 2300-2330. this is when people who work 2nd shift/swing shift get off work. 0200-0300 bar closing time. This is when alot of hungry drunks pass through)

Aiming for rush hours will make it so that there are more people and the clerk will be focused on getting customers in and out. Naturally, they won't have much time to check your bills.
You could also aim for McDonaldses that are primarily staffed by teenaged niggers...they're not going to check. Too younge...too stupid.

Modern Mom 13/12/16(Mon)19:00 No. 1807 ID: 1c2d8f

Yeah, I've been looking in to it with what few online resources I can find and getting the tools to do it and the cost of everything, I realize copying 1 USD wouldn't be profitable. I was thinking 5s and 20s, but like I said, 20s are being checked now because someone just spread out a bunch of fake 20s in this town.

My buddy did it with some kind of regular home printer (nothing too fancy) and a special kind of paper and it worked, wish I would have asked him exactly what he did back then. I guess I'll keep gathering info and wait so they aren't checking every $20 bill that comes through.

Those are some good tips though, thanks. That'll help if I ever manage to pull this off.

Modern Mom 13/12/19(Thu)04:26 No. 1811 ID: 0938a7

Counterfeiting is too much risk for little reward. There's a reason nobody bothers anymore except idiots because you do a decade in prison for just $1 fake bills. Cops know all about the scam 5 and 10 bills you will get caught, simply because all counterfeiting is eventually caught unless you sell the bills online like a drug shipper and never, ever spend it locally

Modern Mom 14/01/17(Fri)10:39 No. 1858 ID: 9952b7

For larger bills like fifties or hundreds, you're going to need a fairly new printer, car paint, Elmer's glue, highlighters, red and blue yarn and phone book paper. I'm not going to get into details, here but I took forensics in college, and we learnt some stuff about fake bills.
Before actually reproducing the bill, spend time examining the real thing; PBS's Nova has a good documentary (which can be found online) which talks almost specifically about the hundred-dollar-bill.it also really helps to look at how clerks react to larger bills (what they do with them to make sure they are legit).
I don't want to break any laws by telling you confidential information, but here are a few helpful tips:
The strip inside the 100 solar bill reads "USA100" upside-down and backwards, and rightside-up and forwards, it glows red under a blacklight.
There are lines on the dollar bill that are meant to mess with conventional printers, causing them to blotch and overlap.
The green symbol on every dollar bill is stamped on separately.
Usually the important things on bills (the numbers, specifically) are raised, and sparkle in the light.

I've said enough, but hopefully you'll be able to make sense out of all this information.

Modern Mom 14/01/17(Fri)10:41 No. 1859 ID: 9952b7

I forgot to mention that fifties and hundreds have tiny blue and red fibers on them.

Modern Mom 14/04/23(Wed)21:04 No. 2049 ID: 435fb3

isnt this illigal?

Modern Mom 14/04/23(Wed)21:59 No. 2055 ID: 937cda


But if you do manage to learn and make (good) counterfits, I'm sure you can make good money selling them on the Silk Road or some other dark market online.

Modern Mom 15/02/20(Fri)21:55 No. 2544 ID: 0b7694

my buddy printed a bunch of 10s and twentys on nice paper at office depot
went home and cut them out pretty straight and then crumpled them up just enough, not to much.
he would spend them at food trucks or other places with rediculous lines being ran through really fast

Modern Mom 15/06/01(Mon)12:45 No. 2611 ID: 56d68e

now we cant do it

Modern Mom 15/06/02(Tue)13:23 No. 2612 ID: 25fc56

This guy hit the metaphoric nail on the proverbial head. That is the way it's typically done.

After being a clerk for more years than I care to count, I can say that spending funny money in places with inexperienced cashiers, long lines, and busy pace at best shaves your odds a few percentage points. I ticked off plenty of customers by investigating bills while at my busiest. I did this not because I was expecting fakes but to demonstrate visually that I was observant of the quality of the bills which were being handed to me. In honesty, I never trusted those counterfeit detection pens and trusted my own tactile sense much more -- but I would use the pen or hold the bill up to the light so that the customers could see I was checking them. As you keep pushing your luck and spending funny money, you inevitably will find some jackass clerk like me who recognizes that Abe Lincoln is an imposter.

In summary: Don't do it.

Modern Mom 15/08/16(Sun)13:35 No. 2652 ID: a206fc

Too damn risky man.

That's one of the few nonviolent non headline grabbing crimes where the law can really pile on resources and hammer you legitimately. And they will, especially if you're not planning on packing up and changing cities every couple months.

Modern Mom 15/08/16(Sun)13:37 No. 2653 ID: a206fc

Seriously, doing it in any amount that's really worthwhile for more than the satisfaction of sticking it to the man is just asking for it.

Modern Mom 15/08/26(Wed)08:56 No. 2659 ID: 97e000


Wash the singles and print 10s. Don't be too greedy. And never spend them alone, three fakes looks bad, one fake and two real is plausible (if you‘re caught).

Fraud is probably higher return for lower risk anyway.

Modern Mom 16/05/06(Fri)20:07 No. 2829 ID: 5f3e54

Dude they will even thumbprint money to find you. And it costs a lot to invest in legit equipment. You can't use an inkjet because they give off a pattern that can be traced. Most printers don't allow you to print bills but you could get around that. However, the risk to reward ratio is way too fucking high. I've never encountered a good enough fake that you couldn't tell upon sight.

Modern Mom 16/06/28(Tue)09:24 No. 2853 ID: 84ab92

Not just inkjets, all color printers sold in the US are required to print a pattern. Inkjet, laser, copier, all print a pattern that can be traced back to that individual printer, and the authorities use sales records (manufacturer to distributor to store to owner) to track down the current owner.

What I thought about doing was buying a color printer from a equipment liquidator, basically company that buys equipment from failed businesses then sells to anyone who shows up with money. Pay cash and go a place that doesn't require ID (some do, some don't).

My problem is I moved so and have no idea where the liquidators are here, or even if there are any. The ones I went to (for legitimate needs of my employer at the time) bought their stock from dozens of states.

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