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    -$100 in one second.

    Ever do this? But a benny in a machine, and just as it was being sucked in I noticed, too late, that there was 2 of them. Maybe 1/16 in. sticking out under the top one as the machine devoured it. Talked to an attendant. No help, as there would be no proof of it in the bill box.

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    No never realized I did this, but money has been known to stick together. The one time I remember money sticking was when there was literally new money in the ATM machine and all the twenties were sequentially numbered. There should be an extra hundred dollars in the box when they open it if it did happen.

    Once I did get shorted from a TITO cashing machine $220 because 10s were loaded where 20s should have been. They completed their audit and sent me a check within 10 days. Good luck, go talk to some people and don't give up.
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    No proof in the bill box maybe, but between the box and the machine together, I bet they could. I'd put up a fight.
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    That sucks, there has got to be a way foe them to figure it out though. I agree with MB, I'd fight too.

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    I stuck a c-note inside a machine between the bill acceptor and the machine. Simply called a slot attendant over and they opened the machine and the bill was laying right in the machine. They gave it back to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleslotguy View Post
    Ever do this? But a benny in a machine, and just as it was being sucked in I noticed, too late, that there was 2 of them. Maybe 1/16 in. sticking out under the top one as the machine devoured it. Talked to an attendant. No help, as there would be no proof of it in the bill box.
    That stinks,

    The next time I see people breaking down there bills to $1 georgy's I will not be mad at them for doing it and taking 10 minutes of my time

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleslotguy View Post
    Ever do this? But a benny in a machine, and just as it was being sucked in I noticed, too late, that there was 2 of them. Maybe 1/16 in. sticking out under the top one as the machine devoured it. Talked to an attendant. No help, as there would be no proof of it in the bill box.
    It doesn't sound like they put a lot of effort into trying to help you out. The machine will record the last X number of bills (it varies by manufacturers but all of the will track at least 5-10 bills). The procedure is to check the electronic records of the machine against what is actually in the box. If the machine says $100, $20, $20, $20, $100, and when the cassette actually has $100, $100, $20, $20,$20, that would show the extra $100 on top. Now if the last 5 bills (or whatever the machine can track) were all $100's then it would be hard to track. During the machine drop and count, that machine would have a +$100 variance after everything was reconciled.

    I would recommend you contact them, someone at a Slot Manager level or higher. If they had a variance they should give it back. If you had the machine number that would be a big help, however if you can describe what kind / where it is they should be able to figure that out for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneybags View Post
    No proof in the bill box maybe, but between the box and the machine together, I bet they could. I'd put up a fight.
    Same here.
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    Awful!! You should have demanded a manager look into it. $100 is $100 is $100. I bet they would not want to lose a bill that way. good luck and win 5x as much back.

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    OMG that is awful! So sorry that happened :( UGH
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