Usually, ATMs spit out bills, but what Martha O'Neal of Islandia got from a Chase machine in Central Islip was green and worthless.
The word "Cardtronics" was splashed where the face of a U.S. president should have been, and O'Neal, who wanted $200, thought she'd been scammed Friday night with "fake money" from the ATM at the Hess gas station store.
Her receipt showed the money had...
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