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Very easy to identify original and fake notes of 2000 rupees

Saturday - January 18, 2020 2:53 pm , Category : BUSINESS
Many security features on the original 2000 rupee note
Many security features on the original 2000 rupee note

Whether you have a fake 2000 rupees note?

JAN 18 (WTN) - You must have faced the problem of fake notes at once in your life so far. By the way, if you by mistake receive a small amount valued fake note then this loss can be tolerated. But if you receive a large amount valued note like 2000 rupees then your hard-earned money can be lost. At the same time, let us tell you that if you have a fake note even by mistake, then you can get into trouble. By the way, if you have a fake note even by mistake, then inform it to the police immediately, because if a fake note is seized from you then you may be punished for it.
 
For your information, let us know that since the demonetization, fake currency notes of 2000 rupees have been seized in large numbers in the country. By the way, the government and the Reserve Bank claimed that the features of new notes of 2000 rupees are so safe that it is very difficult to make fake notes. But according to the new figures of NCRB (National Crime Records Bureau), after the demonetization, a large number of 2000 rupee notes have been seized.
 
Most of the fake notes seized in 2017 and 2018 are of 2000 rupees. According to the NCRB data, in the year 2017, there were 53.3 percent fake notes of Rs 2000 from total seized fake notes. At the same time, in the year 2018, the percentage of fake notes of 2000 rupees increased to 61.01 percent in the seized fake notes.
 
So as you have come to know that fake currency notes of 2000 rupees are being recovered in large numbers, it is very important for you to know how to identify genuine notes of 2000 rupees. Let us tell you how you can identify a fake note of 2000 rupees so that if you have a fake note of 2000 rupees then you can easily identify it. First of all, our advice to you is to try to do your best any kind of transaction in a digital way. This will give you two biggest benefits. One, you will be saved from getting bogged down in fake notes, while the other benefit will be that if all your transactions are done digitally, then you will have all the records of the transactions.

But if for some reason you have to do the cash transaction and you are likely to get a 2000 rupee note then let us know how you can identify a fake 2000 rupee note. First of all, let us tell you about the 2000 rupee note that if this note is real then 2000 will be seen written on the note if it is placed at a 45-degree angle in front of the eye. The first, major, and easiest way to identify a real 2000 rupee note is to see 2000 written in it when it is slanting.

Let us tell you that the original note of 2000 rupees has a photo of Mahatma Gandhi in the middle. While the ‘Bhartiya Reserve Bank’ is written in Hindi on the left side of the security thread of the original note, the ‘Reserve Bank of India’ is written in English on the right side. For your information, let us know that India, ‘RBI’ and ‘2000’ have been written on the security thread of the original note of 2000 rupees. At the same time, if you bend the original note lightly, then the color of its security thread which is green becomes blue. On the right side of the security thread on the 2000 rupee note, there is a guarantee clause, RBI Governor's signature, Promise clause, and RBI logo.
 
To the right of the security thread, there is the watermark of Mahatma Gandhi's picture and Electrotype (2000) in the watermark. The ‘2000’ written in green in an electrotype manner turns from green to blue when skewed on the original note. Let us know that the number of the note is written on both the left and right side of the security thread of the original note of 2000 rupees. These numbers grow from small to large on the left side. On the right side of the note, there is an Ashoka Pillar. Whenever you get a note of 2000 rupees, we recommend that you check it properly whether it is fake or not.