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The counterfeit items are dissimilar to authentic cashier's checks. The counterfeit checks display a logo of a triangle with diagonal stripes, and they do not include the bank's telephone number. The counterfeit items are printed on bank stock paper with a tan background and micro-printing, with a watermark on the reverse side.
Authentic cashier's checks display the bank's logo, which is a triangle containing tree and river shapes, in the top-center portion of the check. Authentic checks also display the bank's telephone number directly beneath "Lake Oswego, Oregon." The checks are multicolored, with a range of peach, yellow and green shades from left to right. Also, authentic checks have a foil strip hologram on the top, a lock symbol to the right of the dollar amount line, and a gray strip at the bottom.
Copies of a counterfeit item and a voided authentic check are attached for your review.
Any information you have concerning this matter should be brought to the attention of:
Jeffrey KorteInformation about counterfeit items, cyber-fraud incidents, and other fraudulent activity may be forwarded to the FDIC's Cyber-Fraud and Financial Crimes Section, 550 17th Street, N.W., Room F-4004, Washington, D.C. 20429, or transmitted electronically to email@example.com. Information related to federal deposit insurance or consumer issues should be submitted to the FDIC using an online form that can be accessed at http://www2.fdic.gov/starsmail/index.asp.
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