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Teller Ops Unit 4

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Altered money Currency that has been changed or tampered with to obtain more for the currency than its face value
Color-shifting Ink Ink that adds an extra level of security because the printed ink changes color when viewed at different angles
Counterfeit money Currency or coins that have been fraudulently manufactured
Currency Transaction Report (CTR) A report that U.S. financial institutions are required to file for each deposit, withdrawal, exchange of currency, or other payment or transfer, by, through, or to the financial institution which involves a transaction in currency of more than $10,000
Mutilated Money Currency which is very badly damaged, to the point where it is difficult to determine the value of the currency, or where it is not clear that at least half of the note is present.
Raised Bill A genuine bill that has the ends of one or two smaller bills such as a 1 or a 5 and replaces them with the ends of a larger bill such as a 10, 20, or even a 50
Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) A report regarding suspicious or potentially suspicious activity, filed with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Financial Crimes Enforcement Agency An agency of the United States Department of the Treasury
Unfit Money Old, worn, torn, or soiled money that needs to be removed from circulation. This money is sent to the Federal Reserve Bank to be exchanged for new
Created by: enix