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This is a presentation intended to give basic training for counterfeit currency. Most of the content has been obtained from the Secret Service website.

This is a presentation intended to give basic training for counterfeit currency. Most of the content has been obtained from the Secret Service website.

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  • Counterfeit Detection Compliance Direct Title 31 Compliance
  • Introduction The United States Secret Service works closely with the gaming industry to protect U.S. currency and businesses. Title 31 Compliance
  • Introduction The increasing volume of currency passing through casinos raises the possibility of encountering a fake. Title 31 Compliance
  • Introduction Therefore, the U.S. government wants to be sure this industry is well- prepared. Title 31 Compliance
  • Authentication Video Title 31 Compliance
  • Knowingly Passing Counterfeit A counterfeit note cannot be exchanged for a genuine one, and it is illegal to knowingly pass counterfeit currency. Title 31 Compliance
  • Employee Training There is an incentive for businesses that handle cash to train their employees about the security and design features in genuine U.S. currency. Title 31 Compliance
  • Security Features Any team member who comes in contact with or handles currency should know about the security features. Title 31 Compliance
  • Familiarize Yourself Familiarize yourself with the security features, so you can easily spot a fake. Title 31 Compliance
  • Indicators Title 31 Compliance
  • Microprinting Microprinting is very small text that is hard to replicate due to its size. Title 31 Compliance
  • Border The border of a genuine bill are clear and unbroken. On the counterfeit, the lines in the outer margin and scrollwork may be blurred and indistinct. Title 31 Compliance
  • Paper United States currency is one-fourth linen and three-fourths cotton and contains red and blue fibers. Title 31 Compliance
  • Intaglio Printing The surface of the note feels slightly raised, while the reverse side feels slightly indented. This process is called intaglio printing. Title 31 Compliance
  • Serial Numbers Genuine serial numbers have a distinctive style and are evenly spaced. The serial numbers are printed in the same ink color as the Treasury Seal. Title 31 Compliance
  • Treasury Seal On a counterfeit, the serial numbers may differ in color or shade of ink from the Treasury seal. The numbers may not be uniformly spaced or aligned. Title 31 Compliance
  • Federal Reserve and Treasury Seals On a genuine bill, the saw- tooth points of the Federal Reserve and Treasury seals are clear, distinct, and sharp. The counterfeit seals may have uneven, blunt, or broken saw-tooth points. Title 31 Compliance
  • Security Thread A security thread can be found on the redesigned $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes. Title 31 Compliance
  • Illumination Security thread on each denomination and each denomination’s security thread will glow when illuminated by UV light. Title 31 Compliance
  • $100.00 Security Features The redesigned $100 note is the latest denomination of U.S. currency to be redesigned with enhanced security features. Title 31 Compliance
  • Blue ribbon • Blue ribbon. • Bells change to 100s as they move. • The ribbon is woven into the paper, not printed on it. Title 31 Compliance
  • Franklin United States Founding Father Benjamin Franklin’s portrait is on the $100 note. Title 31 Compliance
  • Bell in the Inkwell Tilt the note to see the color-shifting bell in the copper inkwell change from copper to green. Title 31 Compliance
  • $50.00 Security Features Title 31 Compliance
  • Grant • Security Thread • Color Shifting Ink 50 • Portrait Watermark • President Ulysses S. Grant ($50 note) Title 31 Compliance
  • $20.00 Security Features Title 31 Compliance
  • Jackson • Security Thread • Color Shifting Ink 20 • Portrait Watermark • President Andrew Jackson Title 31 Compliance
  • $10.00 Security Features Title 31 Compliance
  • Hamilton • Security Thread • Color Shifting Ink 10 • Portrait Watermark • Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton Title 31 Compliance
  • $5.00 Security Features Title 31 Compliance
  • Lincoln • Watermark: Column of three smaller numeral 5s • Security Thread • Watermark: Larger numeral • President Abraham Lincoln Title 31 Compliance
  • Portrait Watermark Hold the note to light and look for a faint image of President on the bill in the blank space to the right of the portrait. Title 31 Compliance
  • Suspect a Counterfeit? Turn it over to Security. If the note is genuine, it will be returned as soon as possible. Title 31 Compliance
  • Suspect a Counterfeit? If the note is counterfeit, you will not be reimbursed. It is against the law to knowingly pass a counterfeit note. Title 31 Compliance
  • Contact Information William Owen Logan Compliance Direct wmologan@gmail.com 716-990-5860 Title 31 Compliance