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post Jul 3 2009, 12:23 PM
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Whats this thing when you have a dollar bill but it is not accepted at banks or by cambistas because it has a tiny tear on it, or appears slightly ''warn out''? Does anyone actually know WHY they are refused, because $100 is still $100 whether it is torn or has a drawing on i or whatever! Any thoughts?
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