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iBill Public Service Announcements

:15 iBill Public Service Announcement

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Transcript: If you have a visual impairment that makes it difficult to identify paper money, you may be eligible for a free currency reader device. To find out more call toll-free 844-815-9388.

:30 iBill Public Service Announcement

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Transcript: Have you gotten your free currency reader yet? The Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing is now providing a free currency reader to all eligible blind or visually impaired individuals. To apply for a reader, submit the application form which is available at www.bep.gov. For more information visit the website or call toll-free 844-815-9388.

:60 iBill Public Service Announcement

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Transcript: Have you gotten your free currency reader yet? The Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing is now providing a free currency reader to all eligible blind or visually impaired individuals.  The device is small, compact, and runs on a triple-A battery, which is included.  To use the currency reader, simply insert a U.S. bill into the reader and press the button.  The device will tell the note’s denomination. To request your currency reader, fill out an application form, which is available to download at www.bep.gov.  It must be signed by a competent authority, such as a doctor, who can certify your eligibility.  Then simply mail it to the address on the application.  Once your application is verified, a reader will be mailed to you at no charge.  For more information about the U.S. Currency Reader Program, visit www.bep.gov or call toll-free 844-815-9388.