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DEANO MAC wrote:
i feel such a twat.i had dodgy £20 note given to me,i did'nt look at it properly and now i'm 20 quid down.iv'e had thoughts of trying to pass it on but don't know whether i should?..what would you do?
if all else fails im sure theres someone stupid enough to buy it off you for a tenner or something and then you will be a little better off
spend it in a club :thumb: or a busy pub and they might not check!
we got given one at my old work place once and i was goin out that nite, so my manager gave me the dodgy one and i got rid of it in a nite club and plaid her back with a real one
i dont think corner shops etc are a very good idea, its very easy to tell if its real or not just by touching it and im sure they're well accustomed to how real money feels!
a busy pub/club is your best bet, or go buy drugs with it :thumb:
id definatly try and get rid of it tho, fuck being 20 quid down cuz of some cunt!
Brave Dave wrote:
I got given a £7 note once. It looked real enough, had the watermark and everything, but whoa and behold when I tried to buy something it turned out to be a fake and I lost out. What a piss take. I mean when gangs can make such realisitc looking notes what chance do we have, really? Printing fake money should be made illegal :grump:
DEANO MAC wrote:
out of all the places i thought of getting rid of it,my local drug dealer wasnt one of them.......perhaps because i would like to keep my knee caps in tact?
lucifer devil wrote:
well do you know where you got it from? take it back!
i work at tesco and in the past they've given people another note if they come in and claim they were given a dodgy note as cashback or something.
There's a lot of dodgy money about. I've come across countless numbers of the old issue £5 notes, for instance. (they were meant to have been taken out of circulation in 2003, so why they remain around is a mystery) I've also seen a lot of fake £1 coins, watch out for those. All you can really do is check all your change carefully. If you come across fake £10/£20 notes, it might indicate some sort of cash-machine scam is going on. As for getting rid of it, I'm sure you'll find someone stupid enough to accept it.
or that someone who is a devous criminal mind is just selling a batch of notes for cheap