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Offline Devil

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« 2019-Jan-10, 04:32 PM Reply #50 »
Speaking of $50 notes I seen a young girl try to pass a bodgie $50 of in the local fish and chip shop the other day.
Offered the note for a small bottle of drink but the shopkeeper passed it thru a machine and up it come as counterfeit .
Apparently there are heaps of these dud notes around

Beware

Offline Jeunes

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« 2019-Jan-10, 05:36 PM Reply #51 »
Agree and I was told not to accept $50 notes unless it is from an ATM as even experienced retailers are being caught out.


Offline Gintara

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« 2019-Jan-10, 07:04 PM Reply #52 »




Hands up, if you can remember the days when your pay came in cash, in a little brown envelope




Ours were in little yellow envelopes.

I did my apprenticeship at a golf club in the Nth West of Sydney, my first boss who was notoriously tight was out mowing fairways with the tow behind gang mower, 'Bumper' as he was known had his pay in his top pocket and as he turned to look at the mower behind him it fell out and straight through the reels & into confetti   :lol:

He did manage to win Lotto twice so we don't have to feel sorry for him  :/

Offline timw

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« 2019-Jan-13, 10:29 AM Reply #53 »
Are the people lining up at the ATMs using no name debit cards ?


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