As counterfeit money increases, officials urge awareness
The crisp C-note looked funny, too. Printed on olive-colored bond paper, it appeared to be a photocopy showing wrinkles and a crease from the original bill. A red line ran across its top.
“If you are going to photocopy a bill, you probably should use a new bill,” said Charles Green, special agent in charge of the U.S. Secret Service office in Kansas City.