Becareful, you might get counterfeit chips in Casinos.
The Argosy Casino in Kansas City reports a $100,000 loss following a counterfeit chip scam.The
Missouri Highway Patrol confirmed that a man scammed the Argosy Casino
off Interstate 635 in Riverside using counterfeit $100 chips.A
36-year-old suspect was arrested by state gaming agents last week, but
he has not been charged. The man is under investigation, accused of
making hundreds of fake $100 chips, then cashing them in for more than
$100,000.”I’m surprised they were able to do it and get away
with it. That’s a large sum of money,” said Brenda Terrill, a Raytown
resident who was gambling at the Argosy Casino on Monday.