ATM in Central Islip gives out fake notes

Martha O'Neal, of Islandia and her niece, Yvonne

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Martha O'Neal, of Islandia and her niece, Yvonne Robertson, of Central Islip, went to the Hess Express gas station on Joshua's Path in Central Islip to withdraw money from an ATM machine and it dispensed fake paper money. (Credit: Danielle Finkelstein)

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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