Invisible Fluorescent Fibers
Visible only under UV light; confirm a document’s authenticity because they can’t be photocopied or scanned.
TonerFuse® II Coatings
To protect documents that include toner-printing, these coatings bond the toner to the paper fibers. Now nearly twice as effective as other brands. Several coatings are available to meet the needs of specific applications.
Primary Indicator Stains
These measures protect against alteration by changing color when exposed to agents such as bleaches, solvents, acids or bases. Provide easily recognizable signs of attempted alteration.
Heat Sensitive Check 21 Logo
Disappears when rubbed or heated.
Microprint Check Border
Extremely small type (.010). It appears as a straight line to the naked eye but can be verified under magnification. When attempts are made to copy or scan, the type becomes a solid line.
Top Position Border Warning in Panto Ink Color
A warning is printed in the border advising that security features are on the check. It gives the recipient the opportunity to verify the check and reject it if the features do not match the warning description.
When an attempt to photocopy or scan is made, the “VOID” will show up on the copied or scanned check. This process is effective against most black and white and color copiers.