Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to find a printable 100 dollar bill online? In this article, we’ll reveal the truth behind the printable 100 dollar bill, give you tips on how to spot a fake and free templates for downloading and printing banknotes.
Download for free 100 dollar banknotes
Here is a direct link, so you can download the template to print 100 dollar bills (fakes).
Print your face on money
In addition, we also leave you a very funny design so you can add the face of your friend or family member on the bill. Simply follow the steps below:
- Click on the following button
- Upload an image of the face you want to add on the ticket.
- The website will automatically create your personalized ticket like the one in the image below.
Can You Really Find a Printable 100 Dollar Bill Online (real)?
The short answer is no. It’s illegal to produce or reproduce any currency of the United States, including the 100 dollar bill, without permission from the U.S. Treasury. Any website or source that claims to offer a printable 100 dollar bill is not only breaking the law, but they’re likely trying to scam you.
If you do come across a website offering a printable 100 dollar bill, it’s important to be cautious. It’s very likely that the bill is fake and could even be used to commit fraud. Some scammers will offer an actual size printable money to lure you in, but the consequences of using fake money can be severe. Always remember that counterfeit currency is illegal and can result in fines or even imprisonment.
How to Spot a Fake 100 Dollar Bill
So, how can you tell if a $100 dollar bill is fake? The U.S. Treasury has incorporated several security features to help prevent counterfeiting. Here are some things to look for:
- Watermark: Hold the bill up to the light and look for a faint image of Benjamin Franklin on the right side. This should be visible on both sides of the bill.
- Security thread: Look for a thin strip running from top to bottom on the right side of the bill. The words “USA” and “100” should be visible on the thread.
- Color-shifting ink: Tilt the bill back and forth and watch the “100” in the lower right corner. It should shift from green to copper.
- Microprinting: Look closely at the bill and you’ll see tiny words in several places. These are difficult to replicate and a sign of an authentic bill.
IMPORTANT! In this article, we simply provide the images of the “FAKE” watermarked $100 bills to ensure their differentiation from the real ones. This is an informative and informative purpose, there is no intention of profit or scam. Users are responsible for their use