How Can We Clean Anti Breeze Bank Notes[black Us Dollars Bill] I Need The Formula?


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Jackie Russell Profile
Jackie Russell answered
The ‘black money scam’ is a common deception used by con artists in an attempt to obtain money from a victim by persuading them that a large quantity of bank notes have been painted black in order to avoid detection by customs officials. The victim is then persuaded to pay money for a share of the money along with the chemicals that will clean the ‘bank notes’.
In reality, the vast majority of the ‘black money’ tends to be nothing more than black construction cut out in the shape and outline of the currency.
However in order to convince the victim of the authenticity of the scam, a few real bank notes may be covered in a protective layer of glue, normally Elmer’s Glue. The authentic bills will then be dyed black with tincture of iodine.
Whenever the scam is performed, the victim will normally be asked to select some black money at random to be cleaned, whereupon the con artist will swap the construction paper with one of the pre-treated blackened bank notes with a sleight of hand.
The ‘magic chemical’ then used by the con artist to demonstrate the cleaning process is little more than a mixture of water and crushed Vitamin C tablets. In another scam, the supposed chemical was discovered to be a raspberry drink. For the purpose of the scam, the con artists will try to use complex terminology to convince the victim of the rarity of the formula. Terms such as S.S.D. Solution, Vectrol Paste, Tebi-Manetic or Humine Powder are commonly used, but in reality these chemicals do not exist.
There are no magic formulas or special chemicals to treat Anti Breeze Bank Notes. Anyone considering purchasing ‘black money’ should be aware that they are almost certainly the intended victim of a con trick.
Ashif Mohammed Profile
Ashif Mohammed answered
Formula is Real
hundred dollar bills are coated with a protective layer of Elmer's glue,the
victim picks a "note" for cleaning, it is switched with the iodine coated note.

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