Okay, here’s the deal. We’ll give you $10,000 for the small price of $45. No, really. There’s just one catch… the 10 grand is shredded.
This 5lb bag of shredded U.S. currency is being sold by The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and contains approximately $10,000 worth of currency notes. The notes were removed from the manufacturing process before being delivered to the Federal Reserve System, and are now available for a fraction of their monetized value.
So the question is, how long will it take to tape all of the pieces back together…
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