There are eight different ways to detect whether your money is fake. There is over 9 million dollars still circulating around the u.s. A major way to detect whether money is fake is the color shift. For example the 20 dollar bill has a color shift with the copper color.
The product is created in the Peruvian countryside using cheap labor to get the job done. The stash houses are controlled by the violent gangs of Lima in Peru. As said in Peru, it is like the drug wars that take place. There are a lot of smuggling routes and different types of organizations
In the video it talks about how they are now to make fake money look as though it real. The money is finished off by hand to create the good quality. This gained Lima the top country for the export of illegal money.
Frank Bourassa is the world's greatest counterfeiter. Frank made over 250 million dollars in counterfeit bills. It wasn't until after he made 50 million dollars, he was caught by the authorities. Frank goes over the process that he had to go through to make the money and make sure it did it right.
The process of making the dollars comes with a lot of time and steadiness. In Peru, the counterfeit dollars are heavy requested because of he quality. In 2016, the US Secret Service seized over 16 million dollars. The forged money had been from the Peruvian origin. The Peruvian dollars are also typed into global illicit trade.
The manufacturing of the counterfeit 100 dollar bills are most popular in Peru. There have been over 75 million dollars seized because of the counterfeit bills. In Peru, the bills go through long hours of work, just to have a good quality. It takes up to late hours in the night in order to make the bills.
Counterfeiting is a federal and state crime that deal with the manufacturing of goods under someone else's name, without the permission of that person. Counterfeiting is seen as one of the biggest problems. The Department of Homeland Security seized over 1.7 billion dollars in counterfeit money. It is very dangerous process that puts the ones involved highly at risk. There are a lot of factors that play into counterfeiting.