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Thursday, October 21, 2010

What do you mean this $10,000 bill is fake?

Tellers at a Lowell, Mass., bank had no problem spotting the conterfiet $10,000 that a woman brought to the bank Tuesday Morning.

Afterall, the bill hasn't been printed since 1934. There are only about 300 of the bills left, mostly in the hands of collectors.

Michael Gallagher, risk-management director at Enterprise Bank in Lowell said:

It is really unlikely we would see one in Lowell. It raised red flags very quickly. It was an easy catch.

| Bob Cronkleton

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