Counterfeit Tip of the Day
We at the Tip Center Headquarters don't endorse counterfeiting anything. Especially money. But, we recently got to thinking. If you were going to counterfeit money, don't do bills over $20, because people in retail stores are often required to use one of those sweet markers that reveals counterfeit money, but only on bills $20 or larger. So, go ahead and counterfeit $1 or $5 bills and I'm sure you'll find yourself less likely to get into trouble. Only problem is, there's a good chance you'd end up spending more that a few bucks per sheet on ink, specialty paper, a printing press, and years of therapy over the guilt and remorse you feel. But, just wanted to give you the heads up.