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Richmond District Police on Thursday issued an alert via social media.
‘A number of counterfeit notes have been detected circulating within the Northern Rivers area,’ the alert said.
‘The $100 counterfeit notes detected so far have had similar features, being that the window feature is black in colour instead of clear, and all serial numbers are the same – DB66688803.’
Reports of couunterfeit notes could be made to police and the Reserve Bank of Australia, police said.

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4 COMMENTS

    • No it’s not that or I would have got my cut by now. I’m guessing Albo is going to try and simulate me though.

  1. That is super sloppy work. Points out that it’s much harder to counterfeit cash than it is to hack your cards.
    And why would you do $100 notes. Every one finds it weird when they get one of those. You would do the $50.

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