James Wiah, 38, and Mboungang Hughes, 42, pleaded not guilty to possessing articles for use in fraud
Two men are to stand trial in April after they denied being part of a money forging fraud.
James Wiah, 38, and Mboungang Hugues, 42, both pleaded not guilty to one charge of possessing articles for use in fraud at Teesside Crown Court yesterday.
They are accused of possessing bank note sized sheets of paper, tin foil and bottles of liquid for fraud on February 15 last year.
It is alleged the items were to be used in a deception involving fake bank notes in Billingham.
Wiah, of Premier Road, Pallister Park, Middlesbrough, and Hugues, of Brander Approach, Leeds, were bailed by Judge Tony Briggs until a trial starting on April 25.