1. Thermochromatic Ink
Counterfeiters hate this one! LaserSecure checks have a special image printed with Thermochromatic Ink that disappears when heated. For instant verification, simply rub the "LS" logo on a LaserSecure check with your thumb!
2. Toner Anchorage
LaserSecure checks have a special coating that allows laser toner to adhere to the paper more effectively. When counterfeiters try to lift off type with tape, the check paper comes with it, destroying the check and any hope of changing information on it.
3. Ultraviolet Light-Sensitive Fibers
Color copiers can't reproduce this! When LaserSecure checks are held under an ultraviolet black light, the UV light-sensitive fibers glow a bright yellow-green.
4. 65-Chemical Sensitive Paper
When alterations are attempted by ink eradication solvents, LaserSecure checks react by changing colors and revealing "Void" in nine different languages.
5. True Watermark
When LaserSecure checks are held up to any light, a fourdrinier watermark, (pressed into the paper at the mill), is visible from either side. This dual-tone watermark is virtually impossible to replicate, and provides instant authenticity of the document.
6. Explicit Warning Banner
At the top of a LaserSecure check's face, an explicit warning banner is extremely apparent to alert bank tellers of the existing security features.
7. Copy-Void Pantograph
When counterfeiters try to scan or color copy a LaserSecure check, the word "VOID" appears to instantly ruin the attempted photo-copy.
8. Chemical Wash Detection Field
To aid the 65-Chemical Sensitive Paper, this detection field on the back of the check easily reveals the use of ink eradication solvents. Normally white in color, it will display the obvious color change on the check as a result of attempted "check washing".
Visible only with a magnifying glass, this micro-printed text can't be reproduced with a copier. The printed text is so fine; it appears as a normal line on the face of the check!
10. Laid Lines
On the back of LaserSecure checks are anti-splicing lines of varying width. These lines easily deter cut-and-paste alterations commonly tried by today's counterfeiters.
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