Fake $20 bills found in Dawson Creek

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However, they describe them as made of poor quality paper, and easily detected, with the reflective stripe running the full width of the bill. Among other things, they say the ink may run when subject to water and the water mark portrait of the Queen in the centre of the bill is not evident when held up to the light. The reflective strip does not reflect normally, and the see-through number in the lower left corner is not properly aligned when held up to the light.

All of the counterfeit bills found in the area had these imperfections.

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