The Monday New Haven Register has what appears to be two news articles describing the new Connecticut 2 dollar bill. The articles cover the back of the front page section and it is well disguised that it is actually an advertisement. The first news article headline is “Connecticuters scramble to get exclusive state $2 bills”. The 2nd article headline is “Just 48 hours left for local residents to get the only existing Connecticut state $2 bills”. There is a nice color photo of a $2 with Connecticut, S/N, & some buildings overlaid on it. There is another well composed photo of some official looking guy in a blue suit with white shirt & red tie holding the product with some state police officers & a Connecticut flag flying in the background. This 2 dollar bill is newly released by the World Reserve Monetary Exchange. The exclusive 50 state $2 bills will be very difficult to collect. It has just been announced that the release of the entire $2 Bill CollectionTM has been restricted. Only 1 out of every 1,291 US households will even have a chance to get them all! They have limited the amount you can order to ten orders per household. They offer four of these “Bills” for $12 plus shipping & handling. This offer was for Connecticut residents only so you will need to check your local papers for similar rip-offs in your state. BTW, I can't determine if they are over-printing real $2 bills of if they are just printing large size funny money which says "play money" on the reverse. Let me know if you find similar ads selling State $2 Bills in your newspaper.