Counterfeiter busted after he returns dud printer full of fake notes

A would-be counterfeiter was busted when he tried to return a broken printer to Walmart — with a sheet of fake $100 bills inside.

The New York Daily News reports Wisconsin’s Jarad S. Carr, 37, was refused a refund when he brought the machine back to the shop on Thursday because he didn’t have a receipt.

At first, he fruitlessly argued with workers as he tried to seal a discount.

Angry they would not replace the faulty device, and refusing to leave, he then ordered them to inspect it.

But unluckily for him, they found the counterfeit cash inside – and immediately called the cops.

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1 Response to “Counterfeiter busted after he returns dud printer full of fake notes”


  1. 1 Nikitha July 21, 2013 at 2:44 am

    Check out Part Four on Mobile Myths. Didn’t catch the other parts of the series? Check them out right here: Part One, Part Two.


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