Apparently, if you send a ripped bill to the treasury, they'll send you a check

Apparently, if you send a ripped bill to the treasury, they'll send you a check

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If you’ve ever accidentally ripped a bill, you probably thought your money was gone for good. That seems not to be true.

Daily Show writer, Dan Amira, found a perfectly good $10 bill that was ripped in half. Instead of lamenting the loss of his money, however, he wrote a brief letter to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing under the Department of Treasury, explaining his predicament.

“I don’t know how it ripped in half,” wrote Amira. “I think it was just old.”

A few months after sending the broken $10 bill, Amira received a check from the United States Treasury for that same $10. Read more…

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Source: Mashable | Apparently, if you send a ripped bill to the treasury, they'll send you a check

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