Police in the Zeeland/Holland area of Ottawa County, in west Michigan, are warning people to be on the lookout for fake $20 bills. According to MLive.com, the bills look and feel real - except for the word "copy" printed on both sides.

You would think that would be enough to tip people off, but when's the last time you looked carefully at the paper money you got in change?

Obviously, if you encounter a fake bill, contact the local police.

Plus, here's an interesting story about possibly the best U.S. currency counterfeiters in the world - the nation of North Korea.


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