A few years ago I was paying for some goods at a local corner store when the clerk proceeded to put the 20 dollar bill I had just taken out of a certain Rupert bank machine under the blue light that tells if it’s counterfeit or not and what do you know, it was. I called local authorities and they said bring it on down and we will take care of it. But you don’t get your money replaced. I said “sure, I’ll be right down”.
I was wondering if anyone else in Rupert has stories about getting counterfiet bills from bank machines?
Why should I get stuck with the bill so to speak. When you make a cash deposit the bank checks your bills, but not when you make a withdrawl. Same with local merchants. Maybe we should start asking to have our cash checked when we receive it from banks and such.
Putting bogus cash in a machine sounds like an excellent way to get rid of the funny money.