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5532Re: [moneyfolders_unite] Are You Ready for the Redesigned $100 Note?

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  • C Mac
    Sep 21, 2013
      Kathy:
       
      Thank you for the update. I hope all is going copacetic in Peoria I miss that place
      I learned  a lot of 'folds' in the library at Bradley (it was more fun than studding.
       
      To your good health                                                          C. Mc.

      From: Kathy Knapp <ksknapp@...>
      To: "moneyfolders_unite@yahoogroups.com" <moneyfolders_unite@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 9:32 PM
      Subject: [moneyfolders_unite] Are You Ready for the Redesigned $100 Note?
       
      In case you happen to fold Franklins, or are just interested, you may find this worth reading.
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      100 Dollar Note
       

      The Redesigned $100 Note

      Know Its Features. Know It's Real.

      September 10, 2013
      The redesigned $100 note will begin circulating on October 8, 2013 – that’s just a month away. Are you ready? To ensure that you and your cash-handling staff are prepared to recognize and accept the redesigned $100 note, follow these simple steps:
      1) Familiarize yourself with the redesigned $100 note’s security features, including the 3-D Security Ribbon and the Bell in the Inkwell. Explore the Interactive Note to see these features and more in action.
      <img width=00 Note Specimen highlight security features" src="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.frbcommunications.org%2Feloquaimages%2Fclients%2Ffederalreservebankofchicago%2F%257bb0fc0921-9806-4b5e-b1d7-42472c388d77%257d_%24100_note_specimen_highlight_security_features.jpg&t=1498534092&sig=D1wmGdD8.ixLQYy3zSJfMQ--~C" border="0">
      2) Download or order training materials today. We offer a variety of materials available in multiple languages, free of charge.
      3) Educate your staff using the training materials available.
      Remember, the best way to determine whether a note is genuine is to rely on the security features. Safeguard your organization from financial loss by making sure that you and your staff are familiar with the security features in the redesigned $100 note.
      Stay tuned for the following updates from the U.S. Currency Education Program:
      <img width=00 Note Timeline Graphic_Are You Ready" src="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimages.frbcommunications.org%2Feloquaimages%2Fclients%2Ffederalreservebankofchicago%2F%257b56867eba-921d-4778-b9ce-a1eed13ddfaa%257d_%24100_note_timeline_graphic_are_you_ready.gif&t=1498534092&sig=ix7GPcwA5fCOhCzM.grgcA--~C" border="0">
      If there are others at your organization who would like to receive future communications related to the redesigned $100 note, please have them complete the sign-up form.   
       
       
      For More Information Visit
      Visit newmoney.gov
      Explore the Interactive Note
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