FAKE NOTE DETECTION

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COMPLETE GUIDE TO DETECT FAKE NOTES- RBI & Eminent Cashiers

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By: sachinshah91 (114 month(s) ago)

can u send me the ppt

By: kanchanbhambani (122 month(s) ago)

HEY HOPE YOU FIND IT USEFUL! Keeping in mind the current fake trend this will help to beware of the fradulent practices going around!!!

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Name of issuing authority, Guarantee, Promise Signature, Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi Water mark. IMPORTANT DEFINITION OF INDIAN CURRENCY- NOTES

FEAR FACTOR OF INR : 

FEAR FACTOR OF INR FAKE NOTES SOILED NOTES AND MUTILATED NOTES TWO

FATAL ATTACK TO INDIAN ECONOMY : 

FATAL ATTACK TO INDIAN ECONOMY FAKE MONEY TRANSACTION THROUGH CASH THROUGH NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS

AUTHENTICATION POINTS : 

AUTHENTICATION POINTS ISSUED BY RBI- GUIDE LINES GIVEN BY EMINENT CASHIERS

Security Features of Indian Banknotes Given By RBI : 

Security Features of Indian Banknotes Given By RBI Watermark Security Thread Latent Image Microlettering Intaglio Identification Mark Fluorescence Optically Variable Ink See through Register

Watermark : 

Watermark The Mahatma Gandhi Series of banknotes contain the Mahatma Gandhi watermark with a light and shade effect and multi-directional lines in the watermark window.

Security Thread : 

Security Thread Rs.1000 notes introduced in October 2000 contain a readable, windowed security thread alternately visible on the obverse with the inscriptions ‘Bharat’ (in Hindi), ‘1000’ and ‘RBI’, but totally embedded on the reverse. The Rs.500 and Rs.100 notes have a security thread with similar visible features and inscription ‘Bharat’ (in Hindi), and ‘RBI’. When held against the light, the security thread on Rs.1000, Rs.500 and Rs.100 can be seen as one continuous line. The Rs.5, Rs.10, Rs.20 and Rs.50 notes contain a readable, fully embedded windowed security thread with the inscription ‘Bharat’ (in Hindi), and ‘RBI’. The security thread appears to the left of the Mahatma's portrait. Notes issued prior to the introduction of the Mahatma Gandhi Series have a plain, non-readable fully embedded security thread.

Latent Image : 

Latent Image On the obverse side of Rs.1000, Rs.500, Rs.100, Rs.50 and Rs.20 notes, a vertical band on the right side of the Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait contains a latent image showing the respective denominational value in numeral. The latent image is visible only when the note is held horizontally at eye level.

Microlettering : 

Microlettering This feature appears between the vertical band and Mahatma Gandhi portrait. It contains the word ‘RBI’ in Rs.5 and Rs.10. The notes of Rs.20 and above also contain the denominational value of the notes in microletters. This feature can be seen better under a magnifying glass.

Intaglio Printing : 

Intaglio Printing The portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, the Reserve Bank seal, guarantee and promise clause, Ashoka Pillar Emblem on the left, RBI, Governor's signature are printed in intaglio i.e. in raised prints, which can be felt by touch, in Rs.20, Rs.50, Rs.100, Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes.

Identification Mark : 

Identification Mark A special feature in intaglio has been introduced on the left of the watermark window on all notes except Rs.10/- note. This feature is in different shapes for various denominations (Rs. 20-Vertical Rectangle, Rs.50-Square, Rs.100-Triangle, Rs.500-Circle, Rs.1000-Diamond) and helps the visually impaired to identify the denomination.

Fluorescence : 

Fluorescence Number panels of the notes are printed in fluorescent ink. The notes also have optical fibres. Both can be seen when the notes are exposed to ultra-violet lamp.

Optically Variable Ink : 

Optically Variable Ink This is a new security feature incorporated in the Rs.1000 and Rs.500 notes with revised colour scheme introduced in November 2000. The numeral 1000 and 500 on the obverse of Rs.1000 and Rs.500 notes respectively is printed in optically variable ink viz., a colour-shifting ink. The colour of the numeral 1000/500 appears green when the note is held flat but would change to blue when the note is held at an angle.

See through Register : 

See through Register The small floral design printed both on the front (hollow) and back (filled up) of the note in the middle of the vertical band next to the Watermark has an accurate back to back registration. The design will appear as one floral design when seen against the light.

GUIDELINES BY EMINENT CASHIERS : 

GUIDELINES BY EMINENT CASHIERS There should be 10 people following “Mahatma Gandhi” Shadow/Umbrellawhichever term can be used must be present above the head of the last 3 person following the lead which is being distinguished with an identification mark through red circle.

IDENTIFICATION OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT : 

IDENTIFICATION OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT CHEQUE/DEMAND DRAFT can be identified of its genuinely by keeping it in front of the UV Ray lamp which will prominently highlight the BANK NAME immediately above the area of authorized signatory as being marked in circle EXAMPLE OFCHEQUE:-

Legal provisions against counterfeiting : 

Legal provisions against counterfeiting Printing and circulation of forged notes are offences under Sections 489A to 489E of the Indian Penal Code and are punishable in the courts of law by fine or imprisonment or both.

SOILED NOTES : 

SOILED NOTES Definition Of Soiled notes Dirty and slightly cut/ tear off.

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Parameter given by Bank to consider Soil Note Numbers on two ends, The cut in such notes, should, however, not have passed through the number panels.

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In pieces essential portions are missing Mutilated Notes

EXCHANGED OR NOT EXCHANGED??? IF YES THEN WHERE? : 

EXCHANGED OR NOT EXCHANGED??? IF YES THEN WHERE? Can Be Exchanged in:- counters of public sector bank branch Issue Office of the Reserve Bank of India NO FORMS NO PASSING AUTHORITY- BUT MONEY ON TIME!!

EXCHANGE VALUE : 

EXCHANGE VALUE Soiled Notes- FULL RETURN VALUE MUTILATED NOTES:- AS per RBI(Note Refund) Rules.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND ATTENTION!!!!!

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