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New Counterfeit Detector System from Dri Mark Debuts as New $100 Bill is Unveiled

DriMark Products, Inc., U.S. manufacturer of the original Counterfeit Money Detector Pen, today announced the introduction of its new Counterfeit Detector System, which adds an ultraviolet light to help cash businesses prevent counterfeit currency from entering the cash drawer. The announcement comes on the same day that a new $100 bill is being introduced by the U.S. Treasury to combat increasingly sophisticated counterfeiting of U.S. currency.“Adding a UV light to our Counterfeit Money Detector Pen gives cashiers a dual test to authenticate U.S. currency,” said Cathy Williams-Owen, DriMark President & Chief Financial Officer. “The light reveals the micro-printed strip embedded in all $5 through $100 U.S. bills printed after 1996, which states the denomination in every authentic bill. It works the same way on credit cards and checks, which also have a hidden security thread. Coupled with our best-selling anti-counterfeiting pen, which uses special ink to authenticate currency paper stock, the UV light gives retailers, club owners and other cash businesses an important new level of protection at the register.”According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, “The U.S. government redesigns currency in order to stay ahead of counterfeiters and protect the public… The unveiling of the $100 note is the first step in a global multi-government agency public education program implemented by the Department of the Treasury, the Federal Reserve Board and the U.S. Secret Service, to educate those who use the $100 note about its changes before it begins circulating.”(

About the DriMark Counterfeit Detector System

The DriMark Counterfeit Detector System provides two effective tests in one convenient pocket-sized unit. When used on an authentic U.S. currency note, the pen’s specially formulated ink produces a light-colored mark; on bogus bills, it produces a dark mark. The UV light in the pen cap provides a second authentication test by revealing the embedded security strip. The powerful UV light will test several thousand bills. It comes with (3) button cell batteries and will fit any genuine DriMark Counterfeit Detector Pen. A simple detection guide and instructions are also included. The DriMark Counterfeit Detector Pen is sold at office supply stores everywhere. The DriMark Counterfeit Detector System with UV light will be available at Office Depot and Staples in early July. Manufacturers’ suggested retail price is $13.99. “DriMark’s Counterfeit Money Detector Pen is the industry standard-bearer and the only proven loss prevention tool that can reliably authenticate paper currency at the register. The complete Counterfeit Money Detector System with UV light gives retailers a dual test for paper money, and lets them authenticate checks and credit cards, as well. It is the most reliable, easy to use device to keep counterfeit money out of the cash drawer,” Ms. Williams-Owen said.