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rpl That's clever. How does he know the price of loose goods like fruit and vegetables which are sold by weight, when the scales are part of the...
Never attribute to malice, that which can be adequately explained by incompetence.
First it was not "counterfeit currency" -- just vouchers that were loaded into the cartridge that was supposed to contain currency. While it has never happened to me here, I could easily imagine it happening.
For example, all of the POS ATMs (that is, the free-standing terminals that are designed to be located in retail shops) that BBVA locates in Sanborn's Cafes are loaded with banknotes in denominations of $100, $200 and $500 and in another "slot" are $100 stored-value-cards for prepaid cellular phones.
Imagine for a moment that these two-dollar discount vouchers (I think that is what the original posting mentioned) were supposed to be given out as freebies at some subset of machines, so a cartridge of them was set up. But, some poor route operater screwed up and loaded it into the "$5" slot in the ATM.
Imagine the delight of the people who were getting $5 notes instead of two-dollar gasoline vouchers.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Computer software consists of only two components: ones and zeros, in roughly equal proportions. All that is required is to sort them into the correct order.