If someone on the Internet tries to sell you marked money at a discount, you should probably delete with extreme prejudice. In fact, we’re going out on a limb to suggest it’s always a bad idea.
Whatever you do, don’t buy the money (totally as a favor to help out poor African immigrants who just need help in a new land with their smuggled cash) and then find a box of paper unworthy of scrap notetaking.
(And if your money is supposed to arrive on these trucks…)
And if you thought that wasn’t bright, you definitely shouldn’t try to run such a scam. Otherwise, you might be shot in the head in Jonathan Vilma’s old Long Island condo from his New York Jets days. Those bullets are not fake.
The two bodies of the Liberian immigrants were found in Queens and Brooklyn. Police report the killings as revenge for the Internet-based flimflammery, though no one has been arrested yet. No one has implicated Vilma (now a New Orleans Saint), but numerous Vilma family members could get inside. Also, the condo has been up for sale for some time.