The quick and simple way to prevent fraud by detecting counterfeit currency. Ink works to react with the starch in wood-based counterfeit paper to leave a dark mark and expose false currency. Just mark a small line on bill and observe results: Amber indicates a genuine bill, while black/dark brown means bill is suspect. Features naturally-occurring, long-lasting antimicrobial technology, which protects against the growth of bacteria on the surface of the pen. For best results, replace cap immediately after use.
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Description: The quick and simple way to prevent fraud by detecting counterfeit currency. Ink works to react with the starch in wood based counterfeit paper to leave a dark mark and expose false currency. Just mark a small line on bill ...
Description: Specially formulated to detect bad bills, this counterfeit pen features technology that reacts to a key ingredient present in papers not used by the U.S. Treasury Department. The ink marked on a suspect, counterfeit bill will change in color from ...