Counterfeit money is a huge problem, and it’s only getting worse. But what if you could buy counterfeit money that looks just like real money? It would be an easy way to scam people out of their hard-earned cash. Unfortunately, finding best counterfeit money for sale isn’t as simple as purchasing them from the first vendor you find online. You need to be careful about what vendors you trust, and there are several things you can do to make sure that your new $100 moneys aren’t total fakes:
Ask for the sample
Chances are that the counterfeit money dealer has a sample of the moneys printed on his own printer. Because he knows what he’s printing, he’ll be able to spot counterfeits or fakes that you might not be able to see at first glance.
If you want to make sure your moneys are authentic, ask him if you can get some samples printed on another printer with different ink and paper than what he uses. If possible, try comparing these samples with other moneys from around town—they should look similar (but not identical).
Compare to the notes of other vendors
- Check with other vendors to see if they have any counterfeit moneys for sale.
- Use the internet to find more vendors who sell fake money online, as well as look at the reviews of those sites and compare prices.
- Look for good quality counterfeit money for sale by checking the feel of it and comparing it to real moneys if you can get your hands on them (and be aware of how much it costs). The notes should look authentic enough that they could pass in many situations, but they should not be so perfect that they are obviously fake when held up against a genuine money or two from your wallet or purse—or better yet, use a currency checker pen!
You may have heard that counterfeit money is a problem in your area, but you don’t know how to spot it. Well, fear not! Counterfeit money comes in many forms and can be hard to detect. Fortunately, today we’re going to tell you exactly how to find out if your cash is legit or not.
Super notes are the most common type of counterfeit money because they’re easy for almost anyone with access to a color copier or printer to print on plain paper at home. They often look like real moneys—but they won’t feel right when you hold them in your hand (which makes sense, since they aren’t made of real paper). Super notes usually look like black-and-white photocopies because they use only two colors: black ink and white paper (or blue toner).
Paper quality is another thing you should check for before buying a batch of counterfeit currency. Different paper types feel, look and weigh differently, so make sure that the moneys in your possession are made from the same material as what you’re used to seeing. The best way to tell if a money’s paper quality matches those of your samples is by comparing them side-by-side and checking their weight against each other.