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A man walked into the Pinnacle Bank office in Havelock on Monday (photo) and tried to open a bank account with a fake million dollar bill

The man tries to open a bank account with a $ 1 million bill and refuses to believe the staff is fake

  • A man entered a Pinnacle Bank branch and presented a fake one million dollar bill
  • The staff repeatedly told the man that he could not open an account with fake money
  • The Lincoln police are now trying to identify the man from camera images
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A man went to a bank in Nebraska and tried to open an account with a fake $ 1 million dollar bill.

The man, whose identity is unknown, came to a Pinnacle Bank office in Havelock on Monday.

He entered the branch around 9:30 am and asked to open a checking account with the fake account.

A man walked into the Pinnacle Bank office in Havelock on Monday (photo) and tried to open a bank account with a fake million dollar bill

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A man walked into the Pinnacle Bank office in Havelock on Monday (photo) and tried to open a bank account with a fake million dollar bill

Staff at the branch found the man strange and informed him that the money he had could not be real.

The largest bill ever printed by the US currency is $ 100,000.

After constantly telling the staff that the money was not fake, he gave up opening an account.

The unknown man left the branch with the bill, according to the Lincoln Journal Star.

Stock image of fake million dollar bill. The largest bill ever printed by the US currency is $ 100,000

Stock image of fake million dollar bill. The largest bill ever printed by the US currency is $ 100,000

Stock image of fake million dollar bill. The largest bill ever printed by the US currency is $ 100,000

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Lincoln police are now reviewing CCTV footage in an attempt to identify and find him, officer Angela Sands said.

Authorities say they want to check his well-being and ensure that he is not the victim of a crime.

Pinnacle Bank is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee and operates in seven US states, including Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

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