How to identify fake bank notes: From Rs 10, Rs 100, Rs 500 to Rs 2000, this is the way to save yourself from trouble
Fake bank notes are a big worry. In India currently there are 9 currency notes namely old Rs 10, new Rs 10, Rs 20, old Rs 50, new Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 200, Rs 500 and Rs 2000. The ATMs only dispense from Rs 100 to highest denomination Rs 2000.
Each coming day we are listening about many accused or investigated for carrying out fake bank notes. Post demonetisation drive, India has seen massive jump in counterfeit fake currency notes. There are many situations where you end up receiving a fake currency notes. It can be through either ATMs, misprint of bank notes or through shops or vendors. Not many of us know the ways of identifying a fake currency. RBI has already rolled out proper guidelines on features to look out for to tell real banknotes apart from fake ones, but a majority of people in India are still unaware in how to spot the difference.
In case you end up having fake currency notes in your pocket and have your doubts about them, here's an app that can actually help you solve the problem once and for all and no one can even raise a question against it.
An app called as Chkfake can help you identify any fake Rs 100, Rs 200, Rs 500, Rs 2000, othercurrency notes in India.
One can download Chkfake app from Google Play Store or Apple Play store.
Identifying fake currency notes in this app is very easy. In just three clicks you would come to know whether you are carrying a fake or real banknote.
Once you get this app, it is always better to register first for getting expected results.
Firstly search for the banknotes that you want to verify and confirm.
The moment you open the your respective note in the app you can start verifying. Follow simple text and visual instruction to locate and verify different security features on the product.
After doing so, provide your response and get the results of your verification.
Watch here a tutorial of this app in how to identify fake or real banknotes.
In India currently there are nine paper notes namely old Rs 10, new Rs 10, Rs 20, old Rs 50, new Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 200, Rs 500 and Rs 2000. The ATMs only dispense from Rs 100 to highest denomination Rs 2000.