Be Aware of Counterfeit Bills
Be on the alert for counterfeit bills potentially being exchanged at your business. Bank tellers have seen an increase in counterfeit bills used in area locations the last few weeks.
For $100 bills, you may be used to checking with a marking pen. In addition, a way to verify a legitimate bill is to double check the 100 in the corner of the bill. The color change of copper/green to black on the 100 in the lower right corner will help you verify an authentic $100 bill. A fake bill will not turn to black when you tilt the bill. It will stay copper/green.
Read the US Currency guide for detecting counterfeit bills here: Know Your Money (uscurrency.gov)
If you do receive counterfeit currency, bring it to your financial institution for next steps and reporting the currency.