$1 million dollar bill

$1 million dollar bill

Post by LGNcapit » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

* These bills were designed and printed by the American Bank Note Co. for
the International Association of Millionaires.

 * Series: 1988 H

* Only in a limited quantity, and for members only (that means you have to
have at least $1,000,000 in your bank to have the right to bid for one of
these bills.

* Each bill has a specific serial number.

* Each bill comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity. You can check
for the intaglio steel plate printing on both sides, the 6 latent images,
the 3 micro-print inscriptions, the 4 color fluorescent hi-lite security
paper and the invisible ink on both sides.

- Now you can have one yourself.

- The $1 Million Bill really makes a great gift.

Just contact us for more details:


LGN Capital Management
3109 Grand Avenue
Suite 200
Miami, FL 33133

 
 
 

$1 million dollar bill

Post by Eric Daniels » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

Oh,  you mean the novelty item that shouldn't cost more than about 9
dollars, and you are probably charging twice that amount, or more?

Quote:
>* These bills were designed and printed by the American Bank Note Co. for
>the International Association of Millionaires.

*No* such association.  Bullshit.

Quote:
> * Series: 1988 H

>* Only in a limited quantity, and for members only (that means you have to
>have at least $1,000,000 in your bank to have the right to bid for one of
>these bills.

See above. No such association, therefore no membership. You have been
lying about, and misrepresenting these notes for over a year now. Give
it up. $1,000,000 in the bank to "bid" for one of these? Give me a
break.

Quote:
>* Each bill has a specific serial number.

So?

Quote:
>* Each bill comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity. You can check
>for the intaglio steel plate printing on both sides, the 6 latent images,
>the 3 micro-print inscriptions, the 4 color fluorescent hi-lite security
>paper and the invisible ink on both sides.

Sounds good, but you have absolutely * no*  idea what that means, do
you?

Quote:
>- Now you can have one yourself.

>- The $1 Million Bill really makes a great gift.

For about $9-$10, it does make a nice gift. However, it's a very
common novelty item. What is your price, you have  *never* posted it.
I wonder why? When you guys operated as the Leveraged Gold Network
(LGN-nice guess) you were some of the biggest SPAMMERS on Usenet.
Aren't those AOL throwaway accounts handy??

Eric
---

 
 
 

$1 million dollar bill

Post by Gene F. Mac » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> >Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

> Oh,  you mean the novelty item that shouldn't cost more than about 9
> dollars, and you are probably charging twice that amount, or more?

> Aren't those AOL throwaway accounts handy??

> Eric
> ---Eric... You are positively correct. No damn wonder Bill is disgusted with

this newsgroup. I started to post a reply to these jerks, but did not. I
thank you for doing it.. "Million dollar Bills", and - now I see "Coins
and Jewelery"... Why dont we just change to collecting.Flea Market.Junk.
(The Coins and Jewelery may not be junk, but are off topic..)
                                        Gene
 
 
 

$1 million dollar bill

Post by s.dl. » Mon, 14 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> > >Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

> > Oh,  you mean the novelty item that shouldn't cost more than about 9
> > dollars, and you are probably charging twice that amount, or more?

> > Aren't those AOL throwaway accounts handy??

> > Eric
> > ---Eric... You are positively correct. No damn wonder Bill is disgusted with
> this newsgroup. I started to post a reply to these jerks, but did not. I
> thank you for doing it.. "Million dollar Bills", and - now I see "Coins
> and Jewelery"... Why dont we just change to collecting.Flea Market.Junk.
> (The Coins and Jewelery may not be junk, but are off topic..)
>                                         Genethese dopes were blasted in coins newsgroup for their attempt

to make everyone buy gold.now they are down to this junk
flush them into the everglades..
 
 
 

$1 million dollar bill

Post by bob kvederas j » Wed, 16 Apr 1997 04:00:00




right on the money eric! plus the note design sucks

bob kvederas jr (that web note guy)