If you look closely, the bills have a small disclaimer printed on them saying they are a prop for film.
Check your cash. Lansing Police say money made for the movies is being passed off as the real thing.
Apparently the bills are so real looking, police say two were accepted by delivery drivers and another at a local grocery store.
A website that sells the bills says they're made for high definition camera close-ups. If you look closely, the bills have a small disclaimer printed on them saying they are a prop for film.
If you have one of these $100 bills, or someone tries to pass one off on you, call Lansing Police Detective Michelle Bryant at 517-483-4817.
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