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hi just while I was browsing on Facebook some one posted that there's new fake £5 notes going around..anyone seen or heard about this thank on advance Read More
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1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
hi just while I was browsing on Facebook some one posted that there's new fake £5 notes going around..anyone seen or heard about this

thank on advance
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1m, 6d agoPosted 1 month, 6 days ago
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#1
apparently they don't have big Ben on them
#2
Nothing on any news websites so it's probably just more fake news, after all its posted on Facebook
#3
moschops1
apparently they don't have big Ben on them
http://www.scunthorpetelegraph.co.uk/images/localworld/ugc-images/276413/Article/images/30210476/15911541-large.jpg
#4
This is the Bank of England's official guide to spotting a real new £5 note:

Check the see-through window and the portrait of the Queen.
Check the Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) is gold on the front of the note and silver on the back.
Check the foil patch below the see-through window changes from 'Five' to 'Pounds' when the note is tilted.
Check the coronation crown appears 3D.
Check the ultra-violet feature.
Check the circular green foil patch on the back of the note which contains the word BLENHEIM.
#5
But we know they are all created from thin air for the profit of the criminal bankers.
The criminal public brainwashing is vast and worldwide.
It always was just bits of pretty printed paper, and pretty printed scraps of plastic.
Now it really is just digits created with KEYBOARD on a computer screen, and millions are brainwashed to believe it.
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/g/greenback.asp
the U.S. created over $400 million in legal tender to finance its war against itself. These were called greenbacks simply because the backs were printed in green. The government backed this currency and stated that it could be used to pay back public and private debts.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=bradbury+pound&ia=web


Edited By: ian292 on Mar 20, 2017 00:44: more info
#6
I barely use real money anymore. It's either my debit card or online transactions. I really wouldn't have a clue what a real fiver looks like!
#7
sorry, archer hasn't posted a misc thread on it so i cant take it as a verified story
#8
If it was on Facebook it must be true.
#9
The chip shop owner was given one yesterday. He showed me it, felt the same and looked the same apart from the green bits instead of the holograms.
#10
thank you everyone for contributing. ...
#11
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This is the Bank of England's official guide to spotting a real new £5 note:

Check the see-through window and the portrait of the Queen.
Check the Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) is gold on the front of the note and silver on the back.
Check the foil patch below the see-through window changes from 'Five' to 'Pounds' when the note is tilted.
Check the coronation crown appears 3D.
Check the ultra-violet feature.
Check the circular green foil patch on the back of the note which contains the word BLENHEIM.


Will print off and keep i my wallet. Thanks X)
#12
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This is the Bank of England's official guide to spotting a real new £5 note:

Check the see-through window and the portrait of the Queen.
Check the Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) is gold on the front of the note and silver on the back.
Check the foil patch below the see-through window changes from 'Five' to 'Pounds' when the note is tilted.
Check the coronation crown appears 3D.
Check the ultra-violet feature.
Check the circular green foil patch on the back of the note which contains the word BLENHEIM.


best answer ...now someone can close thread...I don't know how to do it
thanx
#13
Report thread.. 3rd option and give reason why.. 1st option closes but folks can still comment. So ask for it to be closed as been answered.

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