What Not To Do With Ink & Toner
We posted this on Facebook yesterday and had to get it up on the blog. Via the New York Times:
A few counterfeit artists still engrave metal plates and search for soft paper that approximates the government’s proprietary blend. Others soak money in a chemical soup, rubbing off ink to create $100 bills out of fives.
But in more than two-thirds of all cases, criminals manipulate scanners, printers and toner ink to create money where once there was none.