Ever wondered how fake Malaysian currency look like? Received a heads-up yesterday about the current circulation of the Malaysian 50 Ringgit, RM50. Below is an image of the front and reverse of the note. Click on the image to enlarge print. Spread the word.
However, do discount the "50" logo on the reverse of the original as not every RM50 note has this logo. Only a certain amount was printed with this logo to commemorate Malaysia's 50th independence in 2007. By the way, notes with this logo are now a collector's item. Have you got any?
Good to be aware.ReplyDelete
i have quite a few pieces of those with the 50th merdeka logo, but have already used them up because i was lacking of cash.. hahaha!! :DReplyDelete
thx for the info...will be carefulReplyDelete
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Aiya you should have posted this earlier. Bananaz has lots of them with the logo but I kept them in the bank already wonder they will be honest enough and can recognised me to pay back 'my' notes?ReplyDelete
One sure way to test if any note is fake is quite easy. Hold the RM50 note with your left hand and flick it with your right finger. If the head gear of the Sultan remains intact and didnt fall off then the money is 100% real.ReplyDelete
Yeah saw your protest comment in Ai Shiang's blog aiyo Bananaz takut leh..thought there is a typo thinking Bananaz's sexiest oh no not sexist. Cant be putting boys wanna have fun when only a pix of a lovely girl is shown..muahahaha lolz.ReplyDelete
There are all kinds of fakes these days. The news reported fake eggs today!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this. Now let me go check my RM50 bills!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah! Mei Teng is right. I heard of fake eggs before. Recently I came across fake scallops too. But they taste better than the real scallop! What the! :o)ReplyDelete
We had fake A$50 not long ago too. Everyone was so worried. The stars printed on the plastic window can be easily removed if scratched. Everytime I received a $50 note I would scratch it haha!