With prices going up, crime going up, and technology making it easy to buy fake money online, more retailers are seeing an uptick in counterfeit bills at their stores. These bills quite often say “For Motion Picture Use Only”, yet the associates behind the register don’t always catch it.
Can you tell the difference between a real bank note and a fake? Some think they can verify a bill by touch, or holding it up to the light, shining a UV light on it, use the chemical pen, and even though it “feels right”, “looks right”, and passes the “pen test” they could still be wrong.
With counterfeiting on the rise due to chips in credit cards making it harder to replicate them, we all need to be watchful. In the past, we thought that counterfeiters only made fake $20, $50, or $100 bills. We caught on and took measures. Now they are counterfeiting $10, $5, and even $1 bills.
The CIS v32 4-way counterfeit detector will validate bills in under a second, checking on multiple levels for authenticity. Insert bills from any direction for ease of use.
Meet Jeff Turner, the “Picasso of Counterfeiting”. Jeff Turner is a counterfeiter who was just released from federal prison in 2022. Throughout his criminal career, Jeff has printed over $1 million in fake US $100 bills. He turned Bible paper into currency that passed the marker test, the touch test, the UV test, and more. He passed more than $1,000,000 in fake currency in $100 bills throughout the US and only did 10 months in a low security facility in 2019. See his story and exactly how he did it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnJw1DeoDlc
Verify your cash quickly and accurately in under one second. The CIS v32 counterfeit bill detector verifies on 4 levels: MG, IR, UV, and paper. The CIS v32 will not only check for the watermark but will also verify the size of the bill. Its rechargeable backup battery holds a charge for up to 8 hours, making it easy to use if you don’t have enough outlets at the POS and it is also now portable. The CIS v32 is backed with a 3-year replacement warranty.
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