mulberry small purse Counterfeit cash used at school fundraiser
She was busy, and focused on sales. But that changed when some of her family showed up.”If you would have felt the $50, it felt so real at first. But just the texture between that and a $20, I could actually tell it was counterfeit once I got a better feel of it,” she said.Dubas didn’t catch on quickly enough. But another vendor, who didn’t want to be named, did. When a suspicious bill was used at her booth, she tracked down the woman who gave it to her. She got her money and products back and reported the incident to the event organizers.”The organizer asked me if it was counterfeit money, and I had told her yes. And so then she went through their bag and discovered a $50 that was counterfeit. The same woman had paid with a $50 coming in the door and had got $48 back from them,” the vendor said.Omaha police are investigating surveillance video that shows the woman vendors believe scammed them.”I know there are a lot more shows coming up through the holidays, so I’m really hoping everybody will be more cautious when they take cash,” Dubas said.