This is outrageous but i just thought how many 3rd worlders or American tourist are just printing USD or local currency on a laser printer in the 3rd ...

This is outrageous but i just thought how many 3rd worlders or American tourist are just printing USD or local currency on a laser printer in the 3rd world. Or does America have authorities to control this

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    why are so many cuckstralians making slide threads today?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I thought its an interesting point? what's to stop them counterfeiting money in the 3rd world

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        that no one would accept them in the 3rd world, and would be quickly discovered by money exchanges?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          even 1 dollar notes bleached and reprinted with 50 dollars

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            thats not how money works. you cant just bleach a 1 dollar bill and make it a 100. also who would they be ripping off at that point? their own currency exchanges? sounds like a good way to get labor camped by the CCP

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >sounds like a good way to get labor camped by the CCP
              The CCP has been printing pallets of $100 bills for decades
              We should have been at war with them decades ago just for this

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                maybe but they don't walk into Deuchbank or Switzerland and say, hey i want to deposit my totally legit money. they probably trade it to less advanced slants like the viets, or pakistanis, or even african nogs.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                No dude. The fed doesnt print money. They dont care. They like it that way. they know that EVERY paper dollar in circulation is a fake. They can seize it at any time and destroy it and dont have to reimburse anyone.

                Think about it man. they only care about how much is in circulation, not who prints it. If they know every dollar in cicrculation is absolutely a fake, (because they dont print US dollars!), they can just seize whatever they want, whenever they want, and destroy ti for free. All the fed does is maintain a certain amount in circulation .... its all counterfeit! The US mint stopped printing dollars back in the 1970s. WHY do it, when people will do it for free?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I've seen claims that North Korea officially prints counterfeit US currency.

                >And there's NOT WAY they cannot identify a fake note. Their main business is to literally exchange notes.
                That's not their main business
                They print up the counterfeit notes and spend them here, you didn't think China was buying up a shit ton of American land with gold, did you?

                China has trillions in US debt from the trade imbalance. Of course they will want to dump those dollars into tangible assets. They don't need to print counterfeit cash, and they buy property with international wire transfers to US branches of Chinese-run banks like East West Bank.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Thats why the federal reserve loves NK. Kim Dum Fuk has been doing their job for decades. They dont give a frick how much he prints. they just seize the excess and burn it, and leave the amount they want in circulation.

                Tha banks dont care, they are all in on the racket. They turn over excess US dollars to be burned, and get bailouts. Meanwhile the US Mint saves a fortune never having to print any money at all. Unless it was printed pre-1976, its counterfeit.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              im no expert but thats how in the past people did it in the usa, Bleached 1 dollar notes turn them into 20s or 50s

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                strangely enough stealing and murdering is still less punishment than counterfeiting money in America

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >what's to stop them counterfeiting money in the 3rd world
        1. difficulty of making convincing fakes
        2. fear of punishment if found out
        basically the same as in america
        but maybe in some foreign countries it's easier

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nothing.

        they dont really care if you counterfeit the currency. As long as it looks close.

        You see the M1 money supply (actual dollars in circulation) is less then 1% of the dollars that are electronically circulated. Actaul dollars printed is a tiny fraction of the money supply, so it has zero effect on exchange rates or international trade.

        So the fed doesnt care how many people counterfeit, it just saves them printing the money themselves! No really. it sounds crazy but its true. They can seize any counterfeit dollars they find and destroy them and dont have to reimburse the banks, so they seize the poor counterfeits, adn leave the good ones in circulation. All they care about is control over how much is in circulation, not who prints it. As far as the fed is concerned, your just doing their job for them, and making it possible for them to seize as much as they want and destroy it for free to maintain the balance of the M1 money suply.

        On top of that, because its obviously a criminal activity, it generates "clients" for the justice system racket.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          No dude. The fed doesnt print money. They dont care. They like it that way. they know that EVERY paper dollar in circulation is a fake. They can seize it at any time and destroy it and dont have to reimburse anyone.

          Think about it man. they only care about how much is in circulation, not who prints it. If they know every dollar in cicrculation is absolutely a fake, (because they dont print US dollars!), they can just seize whatever they want, whenever they want, and destroy ti for free. All the fed does is maintain a certain amount in circulation .... its all counterfeit! The US mint stopped printing dollars back in the 1970s. WHY do it, when people will do it for free?

          Thats why the federal reserve loves NK. Kim Dum Fuk has been doing their job for decades. They dont give a frick how much he prints. they just seize the excess and burn it, and leave the amount they want in circulation.

          Tha banks dont care, they are all in on the racket. They turn over excess US dollars to be burned, and get bailouts. Meanwhile the US Mint saves a fortune never having to print any money at all. Unless it was printed pre-1976, its counterfeit.

          >T.schizo

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >ad hom, memeflag
            Refute him.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          First leaf post ever worth reading, where are you from anon?

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    holy shit i just printed 1 million USD on my hp printer.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You're dumb as shit.
    I cannot use dollars here to buy bread. I need to change it in a exchange.
    And there's NOT WAY they cannot identify a fake note. Their main business is to literally exchange notes.

    Way more easier and profitable to counterfeit cigarettes, alcohol or drugs.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >And there's NOT WAY they cannot identify a fake note. Their main business is to literally exchange notes.
      That's not their main business
      They print up the counterfeit notes and spend them here, you didn't think China was buying up a shit ton of American land with gold, did you?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Even small bill denominations have security measures in most countries these days.
    Older $100 bills like picrel are given extra scrutiny in the Third World, especially if they seem suspiciously fresh. If something does not seem right, they may be refused outright. When you change money at most exchange places, you have to show ID and even get fingerprinted in some countries like Colombia.
    A Filipino trying to befriend me at a bar asked if I could exchange pesos for his counterfeit dollars, but I refused. Told him I didn't need dollars. Since then I've exclusively drunk alone in my room, no more going to bars, dealing with prostitutes and hustlers trying to hit me up.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What country is so dumb you can pass off brass as gold

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Best fake money to pay for hookers?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Turkish Lira. By the time you're done, you can go again for half price.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >laser printer
    Not that easy

    Also, printing another countries currency is an act of war. Use that information as you will.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    All legit USD have a US mint special code imprinted into the currency. Counterfeiting only really works on small bills and only if it's really well done. Paper feels a lot different from the cloth like material on legit USD. 50's and up people will check in stores with either a counterfeit detecting marker or looking closely at it under a light to see if the imprinted code strip is there.
    I wouldn't doubt though that it works better to some extent in 3rd world countries where few people have no experience in expectations of what legit USD is supposed to feel and look like though.

  9. 1 month ago
    sage

    you genuinely have to be underage

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    american money is a textile made of linen and cotton. Regular paper is made from wood pulp. You can't just print convincing notes from a regular printer.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    North Korea is really good at making fake 100s, that the Chinese later use.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You can't scan currency, scanning machines won't do it. And photo editing software won't all open an image of currency, so you can't just edit a photo of currency, either. So to get that $50 or whatever printed onto a bleached lesser note, you're going to need to actually engrave a plate and print it the old way with convincing ink. And even if you managed to make a somewhat convincing bill, you'd still have to plan out where/when/how to spend it to avoid detection. And having those resources and skills is not a simple thing, and if you have those resources and skills, then you likely have better and more legit ways of getting yourself money.

    The whole point is the operation would have to be profitable after expenses and labor to be worth doing. And more profitable than other ways of obtaining money. good luck with all that.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Modern US currency has a dozen anti-counterfeit measures that are all easily checked by even moronic 3rd worlders.
    >made from linen not paper (yellow pen test).
    >security strip IN A DIFFERENT PLACE in each bill that says USA 5 / USA 10 / USA 20... for each denomination (no bleaching low bills)
    >security strip is magnetic
    >water mark same as the portrait when held to the light, different size and location for each bill
    >ONE corner of the denomination number changes from iridescent green to black when viewed at different angles
    >two color fibers embedded IN the paper, different colors for different denominations
    >micro printing all over the place (smaller than what home printers can copy)
    >NEW (hundreds) hologram strip + more color changing ink in more places

    That's just what they had 20 years ago. It's not like you're the first person to come up with this brilliantly novel idea. The heyday of home counterfeiting was the early / mid 00's. There was one guy who passed over 100 mil in Canada bucks in 18 months.

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