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Black Money or Defaced Money

Black Money or Defaced Money



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Published by agoodlover
What to Know.
What to Look For.
How Not to be Victumized.
What to Know.
What to Look For.
How Not to be Victumized.

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Published by: agoodlover on Jul 22, 2008
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DREWSDOG@HOTMAIL.COMMarked Currency / Defaced Black Currency / Wash-wash / Black Dollar NigerianAdvance Fee Fraud Cash Cleaning Money ScamsOne aspect of the Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud involves victims being informed of theexistence of case loads of banknotes which are said to have been coated or stamped inorder to disguise their identity from the authorities or for "security purposes".This may even come as a surprise to the victim who, after paying untold fees to have themoney finally released, discover it now needs to be cleaned by chemical dye removers before it is useable. Such a process is accompanied with, of course, yet more fees or expenses.Each bill may be said to have a smudge on its face that will prevent detection by ascanning device as it passed through U.S. Customs or be stamped with the initials "U.N."or "UNDP" (United Nations Development Programme) amid claims that the money isonly for overseas use. It could even be deemed un-cashable for security purposes while intransit or while being held by the security company.The alleged money is shown to the victim, who is told that the black coating or stampscan be removed by washing it with a special compound. The exotic and expensive mix of secret chemicals for cleaning money, which could be referred to as SSD Solution, VectrolPaste, Lactima Base 98%, microtectine and Tebi-Matonic, is needed to “clean” a trunk or security case supposedly full of these illicit U.S. $100 bills and other millions storedoverseas in a vault.In fact, only a few real, blackened US$100 bank notes are shown to the victim, and thespecial chemical is ordinary cleaning fluid which reacts with the black mixture of Vaseline and iodine. The remainder of the material in the case is blank, blackened paper often made simply by photocopying with the lid up and cutting the sheets down to banknote size.In front of the victim the criminal will appear to randomly select between two and four notes from the case. He will then wash them in a tiny portion of the solution, which hehas with him, returning them to their original form as real bank notes. They are given tothe victim who is invited to spend them or get them checked at the bank to confirm thatthey are genuine.In reality, the criminal knows perfectly well which notes he is selecting and selects theonly real ones that are there. A really dexterous criminal will invite the victim to choosenotes to clean and, by using a well practiced sleight of hand similar to a card trick, trick the victim into selecting the genuine ones.The victim is asked to provide between US$50,000 and US$100,000 for bulk supplies of 
the cleaning compound, which the offender offers to procure.On some occasions, as a sign of good faith, you may be able to keep the suitcase for ashort time, until you obtain the money to buy the solution. To prevent you from openingthe suitcase you could even be told that exposure to air will cause the black substance toruin the money.After the advance payment has been received, the chemicals are not delivered to thevictim, who is left with suitcases full of worthless black paper instead of the US$100notes.The Black Currency Scam is believed to be based on a centuries old traditional WestAfrican con called the "Red Mercury" scam.More information on this aspect of the Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud Operation can beviewed through victim statements at:Italian in AmsterdamAnatomy of a Will Scam and Black Currency 419 Operation $400,000 lost.This is a thread from the //finishing.com site wherein several scammers promoted themerits of the process by pretending to be purchasers or suppliers of the elusive, or readilyavailable chemicals.... work at DHL Worldwide Express in Malaysia. I am desperately looking for decoaters /dissolvers for some kind of metal coating... negotiated reward for this help but actually itis for charity... The solutions I need are1 litre of Grade A - Vectrol paste 003,1 litre " " Tebi-Matonic Solution0.5 litre " S.S.D. chemical solutions Niumal WeeraseenaDHL Worldwide Express - Malaysia... another option in decoating your product by using some kind of powder - KamaruddinAbdullah - Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia... need to clean US bank-notes coated with a galvanic metal....... have Vector 003 & Synthetic Surfacetant Detergent for melted coat ( paper or film )...
... have the alternative solution called OGL to be applied on decolating melt...sole agentfor the US based company... Reachcom Chemical Co - Kuala Lumpur ... we also have OGL. - Rabjit Kelvin - Basf chemical specialist co - Kuala Lumpur / Dr.Ling Sang, Malaysiauniversal cleaning solution... cosovex... frb powder and a machine is what really works...... fake banknotes are coated with iodine and vaseline whereas real black banknotes arecoated with a special polymer metal coating......The 'magic chemical' was revealed to be simple bisulfite bleach years ago. The blackening is iodine and vaseline. Bisulfite bleach will remove iodine from real bills, butyou will of course discover that it will not work for you because you have a sack of black  paper, not real money......chemical formula solution came from Novak International Laboratories inSwitzerland...One group has set themselves up as the Sayung International Organization - Subsidiary toPetrochemical in Ghana and used the oil refinery plant in Tema as their location. Theyhave actually gone to the plant to pick up the "block" chemical in front of their victimthough their regular meeting place is the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra.Ivorian security agents arrested five Nigerians in Abidjan (2/99) with three briefcases,each containing bundles of bogus $100 notes, collectively totaling about $24 million fakedollars. These were being used to transact business with visiting foreigners who would perhaps only discover later that the notes were fake.12/01 - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - A federal grand jury indicted 25-year-old ABU ANSUDONZO of Liberia, Africa, and 24-year-old ABDUL HAMIDY BALDE of Guinea, WestAfrica with one count of Possessing Altered U.S. Currency and one count of possessingfictitious obligations in order to commit fraud in a fraudulent "black money" scheme.The indictment alleges that on November 9, 2001, they approached a victim and showedhim three U.S. $20 bills coated with a black substance. They then demonstrated that the black substance could be removed from the bills using a liquid solution making thecurrency appear like new.They then showed what they said was bundled currency totaling $2.5 million and saidthey needed money to acquire more solution in order to clean that money.The shown, bundled items ultimately turned out to be black paper cut to the size of U.S. paper currency. If found guilty on both counts, each defendant faces up to forty years in

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