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Whenever money is made from a robbery or selling meth the money is placed in a seperate wallet branded red as 'dirty' money, using it in stores will send a 911 report to the police. To avoid it the person has to go to a location and launder it so it is untraceable 

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48 minutes ago, LazyWoodz said:

Whenever money is made from a robbery or selling meth the money is placed in a seperate wallet branded red as 'dirty' money, using it in stores will send a 911 report to the police. To avoid it the person has to go to a location and launder it so it is untraceable 

 

Yes but in reality, 'dirty money' isn't a thing - a store clerk won't be able to differentiate money which has been obtained legally. Nor would the police on the spot, just simply don't carry large sums of cash on you when you're going to rob shit and that way only robbery money will be seized. Money serial numbers aren't noted when clerks obtain money from people, therefore robbing a store and obtaining the exact money with that serial number is untraceable. The only REAL way you could have 'dirty money' is when you rob a bank, since most banks note their serial numbers and are able to recall how much is missing and with what number. The police have enough reports on an hourly basis of different things already, adding dirty money reports would literally spam us. It would also take a while for the police to be able to trace the serial number of the 'dirty money' back to the money which was stolen from a bank. 

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2 minutes ago, distritic said:

 

Yes but in reality, 'dirty money' isn't a thing - a store clerk won't be able to differentiate money which has been obtained legally. Nor would the police on the spot, just simply don't carry large sums of cash on you when you're going to rob shit and that way only robbery money will be seized. Money serial numbers aren't noted when clerks obtain money from people, therefore robbing a store and obtaining the exact money with that serial number is untraceable. The only REAL way you could have 'dirty money' is when you rob a bank, since most banks note their serial numbers and are able to recall how much is missing and with what number. The police have enough reports on an hourly basis of different things already, adding dirty money reports would literally spam us. It would also take a while for the police to be able to trace the serial number of the 'dirty money' back to the money which was stolen from a bank. 

Fair observation actually, the spam would be super annoying maybe limit it to banks only? I fully get what you mean though I have been a cop you get narcotics and gun fire calls ever 30 seconds, I take back the suggestion 

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I've seen servers that do this idea, and while it seems neat, it's really just tedious and not really that realistic. 

If there was a counterfeiting job that could be an interesting step in the process, trying to figure out ways to turn in your fake cash into real cash without getting caught.

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