BUY COUNTERFEIT US DOLLARS

The United States dollar (symbol: $; code: USD; also abbreviated US$ or U.S. Dollar, to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated currencies; referred to as the dollar, U.S. dollar, or American dollar) is the official currency of the United States and its territories per the Coinage Act of 1792.

Currently printed denominations are $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. Notes above the $100 denomination stopped being printed in 1946 and were officially withdrawn from circulation in 1969. 

The $100 note features additional security features including a 3-D Security Ribbon and color-shifting Bell in the Inkwell.

The $50 note features subtle background colors of blue and red, and includes an embedded security thread that glows yellow when illuminated by UV light. When held to light, a portrait watermark of President Grant is visible from both sides of the note. The note includes a color-shifting numeral 50 in the lower right corner of the note.

The $20 note features subtle background colors of green and peach. The $20 note includes an embedded security thread that glows green when illuminated by UV light. When held to light, a portrait watermark of President Jackson is visible from both sides of the note.The note includes a color-shifting numeral 20 in the lower right corner of the note.

The $10 note features subtle background colors of orange, yellow, and red, and includes an embedded security thread that glows orange when illuminated by UV light. When held to light, a portrait watermark of Alexander Hamilton is visible from both sides of the note. The note includes a color-shifting numeral 10 in the lower right corner of the note.

The $5 note features subtle background colors of light purple and gray, and includes an embedded security thread that glows blue when illuminated by UV light. Two watermarks are featured in the $5 note, and they are visible from both sides of the note when held to light. Look for a vertical pattern of three numeral 5s to the left of the portrait and a large numeral 5 located in the blank space to the right of the portrait.

The back of the $2 Federal Reserve note features an engraving of John Trumbull’s painting, “Declaration of Independence.” Although the original painting depicts 47 men, space constraints meant that only 42 could appear on the note. 

The $1 Federal Reserve note was issued in 1963, and its design—featuring President George Washington and the Great Seal of the United States—remains unchanged.

The 1 and the 2 Dollars bank notes really lacks in security features and are the easiest to replicate. 

All these security features from the 1 to the 100 dollar bills are fully incorporated into our counterfeit money, ensuring that our customers have no fear when changing it , i guarantee you, you won;t even be able to distinguish it from real money except if it falls in the hands of some CIA forensic team. 

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