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Published:February 1st, 2010 12:14 EST
counterfeit cash

Dude Buys Used Car & Discovers Secret Compartment With Counterfeit Cash

By Robert Paul Reyes


"One north Georgia man got more than he bargained for when he bought a car from a towing company late last year. Officials with the Cherokee County Sheriff`s Office said Thursday that Tye Kuykendall found $200,000 in counterfeit money inside a hidden compartment behind the back seat of the car." Read More

All used cars are sold "As Is", I would take that to mean that I was entitled to the $200,000 in counterfeit money.

I`m not going to be a phoney and claim I would have turned in the counterfeit money to the authorities. I would have taken a chance and spent at least a few thousands of the phoney bills, and burnt the rest.

Of course I wouldn`t have spent the funny money in my town, I would have gone on vacation and lived like a king for a couple of weeks.

Towing companies are criminal enterprises, and they probably sold the car for a lot more than it was worth The fool who bought it should have spent at least $2,000 of the counterfeit bills to recoup his loss.

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