Printing Cash like the government (Counterfeit cash vouchers)
so this one is for my college homies..
at my friends university, the campus book store has an end of semester book buy back. how it works there is: you give them books, they tell you what its worth, print you out a cash voucher on some paper, and you take the voucher to another part of the store and cash it in at the registers. the register people are only concerned with the cash-out amount noted on the slip.
wll my buddy got a hold of one of these and has created some 99.9% identical replicas, where you can edit the amount of cash pay-out. the place opens back up monday so he's going to have a feild day(s) all week cashing out vouchers at around 280-300 each (a safe amount). nothing like printing out cash
Re: Printing Cash like the government (Counterfeit cash vouchers)
Originally Posted by SBTlauien
Sounds good. I have been through about four college towns in the last two weeks. I plan to return, and while I'm there, I'm going to check the colleges out for educational reasons.
Is this 'buying of books' in the main store...or where should I look?
Is there a requirement for the condition of the book?
where i am, they buy the books back in this sort of seperate room connected to the campus bookstore, which is why it should work well.... and theres not a requirement per se, but certain books are old editions or maybe too shitty for them to take back