Reduce, reuse, refund

Reduce, reuse, refund

posted on 12 May 2011 in Chinglish

It turned my $100 bill into a roll of toilet paper…


Photo courtesy of Mark Hucke.
Found in China.

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Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Does it accept non-returnable currencies?

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

For those with credit cards: please use unrecycling machine next to it.

Big Anonymous
Big Anonymous
9 years ago

My wife doesn’t look anything like that.

Jazzy
Jazzy
9 years ago

“Garbage in – Cash out.”

Jazzy
Jazzy
9 years ago

Muck to bucks!

Big Anonymous
Big Anonymous
9 years ago

Press
[1] Confederate Dollars
[2] Enron Stock Certificates
[3] Hell Money
[4] New Orleans Subway Tokens

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Yo’ Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash.

Algernon
Algernon
9 years ago

The ultimate money laundering machine.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Do Not Litter

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
9 years ago

The Chinese is planning to export this to Zimbadwe

SF
SF
9 years ago

The magic way to control inflation – while Bernanke prints, the Chinese recycle.

DrLex
DrLex
9 years ago

Finally a solution for all those inconsiderate people who litter the environment with their dirty cash.

coffeebot
9 years ago

What happens when Guido’s Money Laundry gets shut down.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Caution: do not insert your arms and other body parts.

FatKenney
FatKenney
9 years ago

Going green – with your green.

ben
ben
9 years ago

I wish my money would recycle instead of just disappearing.

Tong
Tong
9 years ago

Don’t waste your unwanted cash, it could be useful to someone else, like the bank.

Classic Steve
9 years ago

If it makes dollars into British pounds, I’m there.

Jellychop
Jellychop
9 years ago

The next big growth industry when hyperinflation sets in.
It will actually turn your cash into something useful!

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Enron stock certificates in, Confederate War Bonds out.

Kitsune
Kitsune
9 years ago

Who says China isn’t environmentally conscious. They’ll take your old money and turn it into something useful.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Method of use:
1. Take the wallet
2. Slip carefully all available paper currency into the slot
3. Go away

Anon
Anon
9 years ago

Finally, an alternative to throwing cash away!

K Chang
K Chang
9 years ago

When you think about it, if you can both deposit and withdraw money from the same machine, it is sort of recycling…

K Chang
K Chang
9 years ago

When you think about it, if you can both deposit and withdraw money from the same machine, it is sort of recycling…

Nobody
Nobody
9 years ago

That’s one way to fight inflation! Does it recycle it into something actually useful like perhaps, an egg carton?

$teve
$teve
9 years ago

Communism at its best…

emily
emily
9 years ago

We’ll pay you 50 cents for every kilogram of old notes you put in…..

RoxyIsFerox
RoxyIsFerox
9 years ago

Hmmmm…. what if I’ll gonna try dump my garbage into that machine and see if the garbage will turn into bajillion peso bills? Who knows? hmmmm… ^_~

FunBankingFacts
FunBankingFacts
9 years ago

In China, people rarely keep a lot of cash on them unless they are shopping. When they are done shopping, they bring any unused cash to one of these machines, which is basically an ATM that accepts deposits. The cash is “recycled” in that it is automatically sorted, counted, and ultimately dispensed to somebody else who requests a withdrawal later on. This is much cheaper for the banks, who would otherwise need to use an armor car service to pick up the deposited cash.

Matt
Matt
9 years ago

This is actually the correct term for these machines – it’s not a mistake!

sparky
sparky
8 years ago

You’ve got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?

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