How to identify fake notes ?

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How to identify fake notes ?
Fake notes have no exchange value. These means that if you go to the bank and deposit any forged notes, they would send it for further verification without giving you any exchange money. Fake notes is a growing menace in the country. So it is very important to check for the genuineness of all notes you receive-specially the larger denominations. There are in all 11 markings or signs where you can check for authenticity of a fake note

A 500 Rupee Note

1.

The floral design marked by number one in the picture above is actually ‘500’ written half way. If you move the note against light you will be able to see the complete ‘500’ written on it.

A 500 Rupee Note

2.

When viewed against light, this empty place has a hidden picture of Mahatma Gandhi, multi-directional lines and ‘500’ written on it.

A 500 Rupee Note

3.

The colour of this ‘500’ appears green as such, but if you tilt the note to a certain angle, it would turn blue.

A 500 Rupee Note

4.

The ground, on which the number of the note is printed, glows when exposed to ultraviolet light.

A 500 Rupee Note

5.

This thread which appears broken is actually complete and can be looked at from behind when put against light. In addition to this, you will be able to see ‘Bharat’ ‘RBI’ and ‘500’ written on it.

A 500 Rupee Note

6.

The ‘panch sau rupiye’ written in the middle as well as the ‘Reserve Bank of India’ written on the top of the note, are written in raised ink and can thus be felt by hand.

A 500 Rupee Note

7.

Under the vertical floral design marked by number 7, you will find ‘500’ written when held against light.

A 500 Rupee Note

8.

Behind Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait, you will find ‘RBI’ and ‘500’ written, if you look with the help of a magnifying glass.

A 500 Rupee Note

9.

If you touch the note a little above the Ashoka emblem, you will be able to feel a small circle.

A 500 Rupee Note

10.

Right on the center bottom, on the back side of the note, the year the printing appears and you would be able to see it clearly.

A 500 Rupee Note

11.

On the back side of the note, you will be able to identify ‘500’ entangled in the floral design. It would appear when looking at the note against light.

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