I had three counterfeit bills in my possession, around 2013. All the counterfeit bills came from the Columbus Flea Market, 2919 Rt 206, Columbus, NJ 08022. The only way I knew I had them was, the ATM MACHINE REJECTS THEM. I went into the bank to ask them why the machine spit them out, that is how I found out they were counterfeit. The bank told me to take them back to Columbus, NJ 08022 where they came from. The bank DID NOT CALL THE POLICE. This looks like a set up to me. Who called the police on George Floyd? And why? Most people that have counterfeit bills don't even know it. I learned a great deal from all the vendors and purchasers at the Columbus Flea Market, about counterfeit bills. The loud speakers at the Columbus Flea market even warned, both the vendors and purchasers to be aware of the counterfeits bills. So my question is, If I had three counterfeits bills from, who knows who gave them to me, why wasn't I even questioned about it at my local PHILADELPHIA BANK. They could care less. In the past, the retailers that I worked for, had precaution against counterfeit bills, and counterfeit bills were given back to the customers and no transaction took place. Not at any time was the POLICE called.
Convention of States Action does not control and is not responsible for the content posted on this forum. The views expressed are those of the individuals making the post and do not necessarily represent the views of COSA or its staff.