...until there's not enough

...until there's not enough

#money

iloveoldmagazines:

Orange Coast
1980 Vol. 6, No. 6

Ever wonder where America’s obsession with credit cards started? It was with ads like this. They gave the impression that you could live a lavish lifestyle if you had one in your possession. They make no indication of the fact that you have to pay the balance back, and that you’ll be charged exorbitant amounts of interest along the way.

iloveoldmagazines:

Orange Coast

1980 Vol. 6, No. 6

Ever wonder where America’s obsession with credit cards started? It was with ads like this. They gave the impression that you could live a lavish lifestyle if you had one in your possession. They make no indication of the fact that you have to pay the balance back, and that you’ll be charged exorbitant amounts of interest along the way.

A North Carolina university student faces charges of possessing almost $13,000 in fake money in her room after she tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill signed “Moe Money,” investigators say.

If you look closely, you’ll notice that it says “Proprietor of the Counterfeiting” under the signature.
Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/01/23/3557710/fake-100-bill-signed-moe-money.html#storylink=cpy

A North Carolina university student faces charges of possessing almost $13,000 in fake money in her room after she tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill signed “Moe Money,” investigators say.

If you look closely, you’ll notice that it says “Proprietor of the Counterfeiting” under the signature.