The New Fake N1000 Naira Notes And How To Recognize It (A Must Watch Video)

The New Fake N1000 Naira Notes And How To Recognize It (A Must Watch Video)

Fake Naira Notes is not new in Nigeria, infact it has been in existence right from day one.

In those days, one can actually differentiate between the real money and the counterfeit, by merely looking at it or touching it.

But as the time goes by and with the help of technology, it’s becoming more complex to tell which is the real approved CBN Naira Notes from the fake notes.

Read Also: CBN Concludes Plans To Establish Mobile Court To Prosecute Those Abusing The Naira Notes.

Recent events has proved that the fake notes especially N1000 are now being widely circulated accross the country and thousands of people has fallen victim to this type of fraud.

From the video above, what the business man did was commendable and we all should try to imitate him.The New Fake N1000 Naira Notes And How To Recognize It (A Must Watch Video)

How to recognize fake naira notes when you see one

1. Check the texture

If the texture of the money is soft, so soft that it gives you a concern, and the image in it looks dull, you can reject it and ask for another Naira note from whoever gives it to you.

2. Use water or other liquid

Conmen produce fake money. And the colours they use in printing counterfeits are soluble in water and some other liquids.

If you have a doubt about a note, immerse it in water or petrol and scrub it gently. If it’s a fake money, its colours will wash off like an artwork painted with watercolour.

Again, once you immerse it in water, the paper becomes messed. it will get rough and look more like a paper mache. However, the real note won’t look like this when immersed in water or any liquid.

3. Check the gold foil

The N1000 note has a gold foil on the right side, just beside the CBN governor’s signature. If you scratch the gold foil of a fake note it will peel off while that of original note doesn’t peel.

4. Check the ribbon/thread

There is a thread which looks like a ribbon on all Naira notes, running from the top to the bottom.

In real notes, this thread can be felt. It is more noticeable on old Naira notes. However, in fake notes, there’s something that looks like the thread but it’s not.

What is there is just straight line painting that looks the thread in original notes. If you scratch the painting, it’ll peel off like the solver panel on recharge cards.

5. Use mercury bulbs

Some features of the paper Naira notes cannot be seen with naked eyes. These features are only in original Naira notes, and one cannot see them except with the help of mercury bulbs.

For instance, if a real N1000 note is placed under the rays from a mercury bulb, it’ll show a glowing 1000 (in numbers) written across the note. The same applies to smaller denominations.

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