I've read counterfeit tutorials and check blanking tutorials on here but none of them had the method I'm going to share with you. I've been doing this for about 2 years now and it has never failed me!
Here is my complete freebase method of making counterfeit method and blanking checks. I hope you all enjoy it and find it useful!
WARNINGS:1)DO NOT START WITH THE BACK OF THE $1 BILL. THE BACK IS HARDER TO CLEAN AND IT WILL RESULT IN A RIP/TARE IF YOU START WITH IT.
2)BE CAREFUL SPENDING $50 OR $100 IF YOUR ARE YOUNG. 99% OF THE TIME THEY WILL CHECK THE MONEY
3)DON'T SPEND THE MONEY ANYWHERE YOU KNOW THEY CHECK IT. THEY PAPER IS REAL SO THEY CAN USE A PEN TO CHECK IT BUT IF THEY USE A SCANNER YOUR SCREWED. MONEY IS MADE FROM METAL AND FABRIC AND THE SCANNERS CHECK FOR THE METAL. THE CLEANING PROCESS REMOVES THE METAL!
4)IF YOU EVER GET CAUGHT ITS BEST THAT YOU DON'T HAVE ALOT OF COUNTERFEIT MONEY ON YOU. THE MORE YOU HAVE, THE MORE JAIL TIME YOU WILL RECEIVE.
5)DON'T GO MAKING $1000'S OF COUNTERFEIT MONEY. COUNTERFEIT MONEY CIRCULATION IS SOMETHING I DON'T BELIEVE IN. PEOPLE GET IN TROUBLE EVEN WHEN THEY DON'T DO ANYTHING. THAT'S JUST RUDE.
6)DON'T SMELL THE "REACTION BATH" THE CHEMICALS IN THAT ARE EXTREMELY BAD FOR YOU. YOU MIGHT AS WELL BE SNIFFING AMMONIA IF YOU PLAN ON SMELLING THE "REACTION BATH."
7)SAFETY IS YOUR TOP CONCERN. BE CAREFUL AND TAKE THE TIME TO MAKE SURE YOUR PREPARED.
8)ITS NOT A RACE. TAKE YOUR TIME!
10)NEW $1 BILLS WILL NOT WORK. THEY (THE FBEP -THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRINTING AND ENGRAVING) NOW GIVE MONEY "CHEMICAL TESTS." IF THE MONEY YOU HAVE WILL NOT CLEAN, THEY MONEY IS NEW AND YOUR OUT OF MUCH. I WILL SHOW YOU WHAT I MEAN IN THE VIDEO. THERE IS A WAY TO CLEAN THE MONEY BUT IT TAKES ABOUT 2 HOURS ALONE TO PREPARE IT FOR CLEANING. IF ANYONE WANTS ME TO INCLUDE THIS INTO THE TUTORIAL I WILL BUT I WILL NOT BE INCLUDING IT IN THE VIDEO.
1)Kleenex Tissues or Baby Wipes
2)Bowl or Dish pan
6)Hard, Flat Surface
7)$1 bills (the more you have the more money you make)
9)Heavy Book (dictionary/encyclopedia)
10)Double Sided Tape
13)1968 or earlier Currency images (front and back) (use whatever amount you want. I suggest a $5, $10, or $20)
14)Iron & Ironing board
17)Measuring Cup (ml)
Process 1: Preparing your money
1)Take all your $1 bills and iron them flat. The $1 bill MUST be in perfect condition!!! Tares or any imperfections can ruin the final product!
2)Measure out 500ml of pure CH3COCH3 and add in to the bowl
3)Measure out 500ml of NaClO and add it to the bowl
4)*Optional* Measure out 500ml of H2O2 and add it the the bowl
***Notice a reaction taking place? It should get hot and start bubbling. This is your "Reaction Bath." This chemical solution will dissolve the ink of the money. Adding the H2O2 is optional because it really isn't really necessary. But using it will produce a better, more realistic looking product.***
5)Put on your Gloves (these gloves should be chemical and electric resistant. Rubber gloves are best for this)
6)Put on your mouth/nose protecting mask. breathing in the chemical smell from the reaction bath can be toxic. This isn't necessary but safety should ALWAYS be your top priority when working with chemicals.
Process 2: "Cleaning" your money
1)Add the $1 bill in the reaction bath and let is sit for 10 minutes. This will allow the reaction to finish and make the ink removal ALOT easier (if you used the H2O2. If you didn't, it will be a little harder to do)
2)Place the $1 bill on a hard surface
3)Take your Kleenex or your DRIED baby wipe and begin softly but firmly rubbing the ink off the front of the $1 bill in a circular motion.
***THIS IS NOT A RACE!!!!! BE SLOW AND TAKE YOUR TIME. THE MORE TIME YOU TAKE TO CARE ABOUT THE PRODUCT, THE BETTER ITS FINAL RESULT WILL BE!***
***You will notice that the front if the bill will become black and smudgy (if you didn't use the H2O2) But if you did, the ink should come off easily.***
4)You WON'T get this all off with just 1 soak! It will take 3-4 Soaks to completely clean the $1 bill. Every additional soak is just 1-2 minutes
5)Repeat this process until the $1 becomes complete white/gray/pearl
6)Take the $1 bill and run it under HOT water (don't flood the thing. A nice slow stream works) be sure to cover all the $1 bill. You don't want any left over chemicals still on the $1 bill
7)Now do the same but in COLD water
***If the money rips/tares EVEN A LITTLE, THE PROCESS HAS FAILED AND ITS UNUSABLE. YOU WILL HAVE TO START OVER***
8)Place the $1 bill in a large envelope and place a heavy book on top of it
9)Let this sit for an hour and a half (90 minutes) so it can solidify and feel normal again.
***look at the $1 bill. The front should be white but the back should still be normal. This is what you want! The money should have the same texture as if nothing was done to it. There will however be little collections of balled up ink/little bits of paper. This is normal!***
10)Carefully re-iron the $1 bill to remove the little blots of leftover ink/balled up paper. They may not completely go away but they will be suppressed so its OK!
17)Now just repeat steps 1-10 expect with the back of the bill and you will have 1 completely blank $1 bill!!!!! Do this for however much money you want to print.
Process 3: Printing
1)Find the 1968 currency (front and back) for the amount of money you want. The 1968 currency doesn't have any security features and are still in circulation to this very day. They are rare to get but they exist.
2)Take your index card and scissors and cut out an EXACT replica of the $1 bill. This will be your "Test Print" to make sure you are doing everything OK.
3)Tape the back of the index card down with the double sided tape (tape th edges to you don't effect the entire replica bill or remove any paper)
4)Trace and outline of the location with a pencil (lightly)
5)Scan your "test print"
6)Use a photo editing tool such as PhotoShop and create a new image
7)Make it as big as the "test print' and add the front of the currency to where the index card is.
8)Now print it in a high quality!
9)Wait an hour and let the ink dry
10)Repeat steps 2-9 except printing the back
11)After the ink COMPLETELY DRIES, iron it one last time!
Congratulations! You just made counterfeit money!!!!!
Here are some suggestions:
1)Don't make anything higher then a $50 if your underage. People will check it out
2)Don't spend the fake money at a place where you know they check the money. It will pass the "paper test" because its still the same real paper just reprinted.
3)If you have a buddy that works at a store, I suggest making a $100, then getting change for it (giving him his share of the cut) Then you will have a REAL $100 and your friend can spread the fake money on the next person who pays in a high amount (receiving $100 in change) or his/her boss can get the fake money. Counterfeit circulation . my sister works at an amusement park and all day ride passes are $50 each. I just blow the fake $100 to her and get change instead of tickets. Then i give her $20 from the cut. Our way of stealing money.
4)Just be smart about what you make. Don't rush.
:::::INFORMATION:::::CH3COCH3 = Acetone
NaClO = Bleach
H2O2 = Hydrogen Peroxide (3% works best)
Or You Can Try It This Way
1)"Goof off" graffiti remover. (I found this to work better than bleach and a lot less fumes.)
2)$1 or $5 bills.($5 and up bills have the watermark and are safer to use, but cost more if you mess up)
3)Toothbrush or paintbrush
5)Money picture off Google
Now the procedure
1) First you are going to need to remove the old ink off the money. Put some goof off on the money and scrub with your brush. Don’t get it too wet because it could rip and you have to start over. Set money outside to dry.
2) After it’s dry you can still see a little bit of the ink, this is where your bleach comes in. Soak the money in bleach and it will come out clean. You can also use bleach to begin with, but goof off removes the ink quicker.3) Now after your gathered your pictures of money off Google, resize it to 6.14"x2.61" (the size of all bills.) Print a test copy.
4) After you print a test copy, tape your blank money on top of the paper so it lines up perfectly. (If you click "center on paper" when you print it makes it easier to tape)
Can you spot the fake?