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    OMG! Another man arrested in Hyderabad for depositing fake Children Bank of India notes

    Another fraudster arrested! Yesterday Hyderabad Police arrested a man who was trying to deposit Rs 9.9 lakh in fake currency notes bearing the name 'Children's Bank of India'. Kushaiguda Police in Hyderabad arrested a person named Yousuf Shaik from Moula-Ali area, who was caught by Allahabad Bank staff while he was trying to deposit fake currency notes in the denominations of Rs 2000/- and Rs 500/-.

    Earlier Delhi police had arrested Mohd Isha, a 27-year-old employee of a cash loading company, when he was replacing real notes with fake notes in a Delhi ATM.

    The investigating agencies must check the link between these criminals and our enemy countries very seriously. They must find out the kingpins of this fake note business.
  • #593315
    Ignorance is the bliss. It seems the fraudster might have been illiterate and not knowing about the fact that every bank is having fake currency detecting machine and any one depositing duplicate or fake notes are easily trapped and arrested. Probably Yousuf Shaik not knowing this tried to deposit Children Bank of India notes which are in circulation even at Bank ATM's in Delhi. After this arrest we should make ourselves doubly sure while accepting the big denomination 2000 whether it is in order as per the rules prescribed by RBI and does not have any writing or scribling on that.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #593320
    Mr. Mohan: I don't think these people are that innocent. Sorry to say that such people require proper 'danda' in adequate measures so that they sing like canary and inform the names of the kingpins of fake currency rackets.
    Caution: Explosive. Handle with care.

  • #593341
    But Partha when we see the fake Children Bank currency notes, unless and until it was minutely scrutinized one wont get the doubt of being duplicate or fake. Such was the perfection of creating it by hooligans. But bank cashiers are not that fools to accept the notes on face of it. Moreover who are the fools who would deposit the so called new fake notes in such bulk quantities which itself created doubt in the minds of cashier and hence on scrutinizing the so called customer was caught with fake notes. Nevertheless we should shun accepting 2000 notes for betterment of us.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #593343
    Mr. Mohan: The man named Yousuf Shaik (whom the Hyderabad Police arrested on Tuesday) went to the bank to deposit fake notes amounting Rs. 9.9 lakh. Does a normal, ordinary person deposit this much amount everyday? Not only that, the entire amount is in fake notes. How can such man be innocent?
    Caution: Explosive. Handle with care.


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