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A JOKE shop owner got the giggles when a punter complained that a money trick did not print real cash.

Miles Jackson, 42, sent five of his “Million Dollar Magic Money Makers” to a customer in the nós.

Joke shop owner Miles Jackson received a complaint from a punter when a money trick did not print real cash

Joke shop owner Miles Jackson received a complaint from a punter when a money trick did not print real cashCrédito: Glen Minikin
Miles sent five of his 'Million Dollar Magic Money Makers' to a customer in the US

Miles sent five of his ‘Million Dollar Magic Money Makersto a customer in the USCrédito: Glen Minikin

The £4.99 toys use rollers to print fake cash.

But the recipient fired off an email demanding a “100 per cent refund” after he got fooled by joke feedback online.

Giving it one star on Trustpilot, he fumed: “All the reviews that said it paid for their rent and bills are lies.

“This item is a complete waste of time.”

Milhas, who has run The Scarborough Joke and Magic Shop for 25 anos, disse: “I just find it hilarious.

The thing they thought they were buying doesn’t exist.

“And if it did exist, it would be illegal.

It doesn’t actually turn paper into real money — they’ve bought it from a joke shop.”

It came after regular customers posted spoof reviews.

One read: “I bought the money printer from the joke shop.

It’s printing £50 notes faster than I can spend them.”

Married dad-of-two Miles added: “I’ve had to add a disclaimer on the website to say it’s a trick and doesn’t really print money from nothing.

“In all these years we’ve never had anyone mistake a joke item for something real.”