What do I do if I get a fake 100 dollar bill?
Contact your local police department or call your local U.S. Secret Service Office. Write your initials and date in the white border area of the suspected counterfeit note. Do not handle the counterfeit note. Place it inside a protective cover such as a plastic bag or envelope to protect it.
What to do if you get a fake note?
If you suspect that you have a counterfeit banknote, please take it to your nearest police station. The police should fill out an NCO-1 form and provide you with a receipt and incident number. The suspect notes will be sent to the National Crime Agency and if counterfeit to the Bank of England for further examination.
Where do I send a counterfeit note report?
U.S. Secret Service field office
Report Counterfeit Currency Visit the Secret Service website to complete a Counterfeit Note Report or contact your local U.S. Secret Service field office. (Note: You must send the Counterfeit Note Report to your local U.S. Secret Service field office. Visit the U.S. Secret Service website for more information.)
What do you do if you get a counterfeit note?
How many counterfeit Australian dollar notes are in circulation?
This can be explained by the fact that automated teller machines dispense $20 and $50 notes, but not $100 notes. In 2014/15 around 2943 counterfeit 100 Australian dollar banknotes, with a nominal value of $294,300, were detected in circulation. 100 Australian Dollar Banknote review!
Which is harder to fake$ 50 or$ 100 notes?
But with the security features on the new $50 being tougher to fake, the $100 note is probably the riskiest one now. As the graph above shows, its popularity has been growing among counterfeiters over the past few years.
Are there counterfeit$ 100 notes in the Northern Beaches?
RESIDENTS are being warned to watch out for counterfeit $100 notes that are circulation around the northern beaches. Here’s how to tell a real note from a fake. Video Player is loading.
Are there any counterfeit$ 100 bills in Sydney?
Examples of counterfeit $100 banknotes that were circulating around Sydney in 2014. Overall the number of counterfeits were down by 26 per cent from the previous year, but there was an increase in the amount of $100 bills being found, jumping from 3656 in 2016 to 4302 in 2017.