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What Are Multiple Generation Copies (MGC)?

January 6, 2018

 

 

Today's documents from Court Exhibits can be copies or copies of copies of signed documents that are supporting a client's verification or case. Within each generational paper copy lies the opportunity to alter the document being copied with new content. The key is how to determine, in each generational copy, what changes logically should have occurred and to then discover the anomalies. Our Paper Forensics Team has the ability to analyze xerographic MGCs in the X, Y or Z dimension to retrieve key information within the document. We understand how to distinguish and identify the history of changes within the final court exhibit documents. We understand xerographic MCGs and the value in the ability to determine any changes. Email info@paperforensics.com for more details or if can help you with your case.

 

 

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