See larger IberiaBank's Marco Island branch Vice President Keith Dameron identifies key differences between two fake bills received by the bank Monday afternoon and authentic bills. The counterfeit didn't have color changing ink on the number 20 on the lower right of the bill, so it stayed the same color when tilted in light. The eagle on the suspected fake bill was more brown than green and there was no thin strip of vertical writing revealed on the left, front of the counterfeit.

Photo by KELLY FARRELL, Staff

IberiaBank's Marco Island branch Vice President Keith Dameron identifies key differences between two fake bills received by the bank Monday afternoon and authentic bills. The counterfeit didn't have color changing ink on the number 20 on the lower right of the bill, so it stayed the same color when tilted in light. The eagle on the suspected fake bill was more brown than green and there was no thin strip of vertical writing revealed on the left, front of the counterfeit.

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