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GTA Online Document Forgery: Max Payout, Price, Locations and Upgrades

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Few games capture the feeling of being a criminal genius like GTA Online, as the game not only lets you plan out heists but you also get to run some shady businesses like owning a Cocaine Lockup.

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The fact that this game lets you run multiple businesses so you can make money on the side as you do other crazy things is great and is probably why GTA Online continues to be a best-seller, even after all these years.

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GTA Online Document Forgery: Max Payout, Price, Locations and Upgrades

Document Forgery in GTA Online was introduced during the game’s Bikers update and is a decent way to make money on the side, much like the other businesses.

That means you’ll need to pay up to make some of that extra cash, so go and do some missions first before you start investing in this, or any, business.

Now, if you have some good money, here are the Document Forgery locations in GTA Online and how much they cost:

  • Grapeseed ($650,000)
  • Paleto Bay ($732,000)
  • Elysian Island ($975,000)
  • Textile City ($1,235,000)
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While far from the worst business to invest in, Document Forgery in GTA Online isn’t the best way to make some of that side cash. If you choose not to upgrade your business, you will make about $16,125 per hour.

Even when you choose to upgrade Document Forgery, which will cost you a lot of money, that will only get you about $38,250.

Those that want to push through and upgrade their Document Forgery base in GTA Online will have to be prepared with that good money.

Upgrading the equipment will take $550,000, while security is going to cost $285,000, and a staff upgrade will take $195,000. Not as expensive as other businesses, but still far from cheap, if we’re being honest.

GTA Online, which comes with GTA 5, is now available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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