Handling Money Can Be More Trouble Than You Think
Released on = November 14, 2005, 3:38 pm
Press Release Author = David Stuart / ABC Office
Industry = Retail
Press Release Summary = Many businesses deal with money on a regular basis,
unsuspecting that they may be losing it. ABC Office provides a solution with money
counters and coin counters.
Press Release Body = KAYSVILLE, Utah, November 14, 2005 – Dealing with money,
without the right equipment, can be more trouble than you realize. At the end of the
day, many cashiers and other money handlers are required to count money and balance
drawers. Incorrectly counted money can cost you money. Even the money that is
counted may not be what you think it is. There is a good chance that some of the
bills are fake, costing you even more money.
Banks deal with money on a daily basis. It is their business to get things right. So
how do they keep track of so much currency, exchanging hands several times a day?
They don’t do it themselves. They have the help of professional equipment, designed
to make sure they get things right the first time. Three things that help banks keep
track of currency, apart from a good calculator or computer, are bill counters, coin
counters and counterfeit currency detectors.
The first of the three items mentioned is the bill counter. Bill counters are
designed to sift through stacks of bills in seconds. Some currency counter models
can count up to 1200 bills per minute. This is especially nice when counting money
at the end of the day. Bill counters eliminate human error and give you a precise
count every time. Some bill counters knock out two birds with one stone by including
counterfeit detection measures. You can see what a bill counter looks like by going
The second item that helps keep track of currency is the coin counter. Coin counters
take cups of unorganized change and then sort it and give you an end total. You may
have taken a jar of change and tried to count it. This can take hours to do. With a
coin counter it will take seconds. The time spent in eliminating personal hours and
human error make coin counters a wise investment for any business. Examples of a
coin counters can be found here: http://www.abcoffice.com/bill1.htm#coincount.
The third, and perhaps most important, way to keep track of money is with a
counterfeit bill detector. Color copiers, printers, scanners and high-tech software
make counterfeiting money easier than ever before. Criminals can use a personal
computer to quickly create a counterfeit bill that can pass by the naked eye as
legal tender. Because counterfeit bills are growing in use, you will probably start
saving money from the get go with the use of such a device. Counterfeit detectors
are relatively inexpensive. Counterfeit detectors, depending on the model, can
detect UV, magnetic and watermark properties in authentic bills. You can see the
different types of counterfeit detectors by going here:
Department stores, kiosks and other organizations using money on a daily basis can
all benefit from keeping proper track of money. Eliminate time waste and increase
efficiency with a bill counter, coin counter, counterfeit detector or a combination
of the three.
For information about keeping track of money, call toll-free (1-800-658-8788) Monday
through Friday from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. MST. A knowledgeable customer service
representative can then assist with answering questions money handling.
For further information, please contact David Stuart, Marketing Supervisor of ABC
Office, 1-800-658-8788, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Site = http://www.abcoffice.com
Contact Details = ABC Office
P.O. Box 829
Kaysville, UT 84037
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