I could still use those bills though, but because of a BIG mistake made by a money printing company in Texas $30 Million in $100 bills will be destroyed. Apparently too much ink was used in the printing and is messing up the visibility of the note. The new generation of $100 bills was suppose to be released earlier this year but because of this mistake it has been pushed back till October. More after the jump.

Check out what A spokes person from the money printing company had to say about the mistake…

Darlene Anderson, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), told The New Yorker that mashing involves applying too much ink to the paper and happens “infrequently.” Still, the error has forced the Federal Reserve to return tens of millions of notes back to the Washington, D.C., facility and demand its money back, according to the report. The returned notes will be destroyed.