Where does fake movie money come from?

“I just got out of a meeting with the Secret Service. I’m still in the parking lot,” said Rich “RJ” Rappaport at the beginning of our phone interview. The reason for the meeting? Some discussion about fake money.
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Rappaport is the founder of Atlanta-based RJR Props, a movie prop company that specializes in faux cash for filming. His money was used in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Fast and the Furious,” the Netflix series “Ozark” and in 50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar music videos. But printing money is a delicate business, which is why he stays in touch with the men in black.
“I wanted clarity about laws and regulations. Most other companies that make prop money are actually producing illegal prop money, and that can get a show shut down and someone fined and jailed.”

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