j.nelson

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  1. Thank you very much but when you write "If you have multiples of the same note", what is the definition of that? Do you mean if I have two notes with consecutive serial numbers or two numbers like this "NL88888824B and NL88888827B" they are considered multiples of the same note? Also, on the 4 carbon form, how is that possible to list them on the same line? The space only accommodates about 1 or two serial numbers. Was putting all serial numbers on one line meant for the online form? In the Pick number/Friedberg space, does the number need to be listed exactly like this "Fr#7000-L"?
  2. In case anyone is wondering, I am filling out the paper copy forms but I DID look at the online form as a way to see if some of my questions can be answered. The fields do not show the proper way to enter answers for example: It doesn't seem to care whether I put "fr#7000-L" or "7000" or "Dog" in the space wanting Friedberg or pick number. The form assumes I have done this before and know what is acceptable and what is not. It was designed by someone who has filled out many forms before vs. someone who worked with several novices to iron out issues of question. I specifically CHOSE the wr
  3. My initial submission has about 73 notes. The idea is to submit 72 as bulk and one as a standard up to $3,000 in value. The lone bill up to $3,000 in value is NL88888888B and appears to be the ONLY bill that fulfills the FANCY category. Several bills are CLOSE but do not fulfill the strict definitions. This bill's serial number looks similar the Indian Rupee bill labeled "Super Solid 8's" because it is solid and a rotator bill but there is a $5 premium to get that label put on the bill so I have several questions about the form for this bill. In box 6, there is a section for special label
  4. My initial submission has about 73 notes. The idea is to submit 72 as bulk and one as a standard up to $3,000 in value. The lone bill up to $3,000 in value is NL88888888B and appears to be the ONLY bill that fulfills the FANCY category. Several bills are CLOSE but do not fulfill the strict definitions. This bill's serial number looks similar the Indian Rupee bill labeled "Super Solid 8's" because it is solid and a rotator bill but there is a $5 premium to get that label put on the bill so I have several questions about the form for this bill. In box 6, there is a section for special label