Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Counterfeit Bills Found In Two Chase ATMs In Manhattan


Counterfeit Bills, Found In Two Chase ATMs In Manhattan, Total $110,000 In Fake Money

According to police, the forged bills were detected at the bank's branches on West 57th Street and on Ninth Avenue by an alarm monitoring for counterfeit money. They were also easily distinguishable as fake because they only had printing on one side of the bills.

The New York Times reports a 26-year-old employee at NCR Corporation, an electronics company that works with ATMs, is suspected to have stolen the real cash. He is believed to be in the Dominican Republic [where his cash will go far!]

Story: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/09/counterfeit-bills-found-in-two-midtown-atms-fake_n_1950791.html?utm_hp_ref=new-york

Related: How Counterfeiting Works

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

The New York Times reports a 26-year-old employee at NCR Corporation, an electronics company that works with ATMs, is suspected to have stolen the real cash. He is believed to be in the Dominican Republic [where his cash will go far!]

LOL... DB Cooper in the islands MAN!!!