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New fake £5 in circulation already

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Asda till workers have received notice that the new rubber £5 have already been faked and they should look out for them. The ones made so far are easy to spot as they dont have the London building on…
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
Asda till workers have received notice that the new rubber £5 have already been faked and they should look out for them. The ones made so far are easy to spot as they dont have the London building on them and I think it was something to do with the metal in them. Shame I am in bed now or could look in my purse and tell you exactly but common sense prevails. Now you know there are fakes around you can keep an eye out.
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I'd gladly give £1.50 for each, £2 for the decent ones
banned#2
''The Bank of England said the new fiver was ‘impossible’ to copy''
1 Like #3
MrScotchBonnet
''The Bank of England said the new fiver was ‘impossible’ to copy''

This appears to be correct, seeing as the "fakes" have differences.
banned#4
EstorilBlue
MrScotchBonnet
''The Bank of England said the new fiver was ‘impossible’ to copy''
This appears to be correct, seeing as the "fakes" have differences.

It's only been out a couple months, be interesting to see if that statement stands the test of time, hope it does!
6 Likes #5
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).

Edited By: rogparki on Dec 13, 2016 23:47
7 Likes #6
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).

Don't forget the animal fat. We mustn't forget the animal fat. (_;)
1 Like #7
the problem is I wouldn't know which was fake from real as I don't use cash. I've never seen a new fiver yet.
1 Like #8
Aiden1512
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).
Don't forget the animal fat. We mustn't forget the animal fat. (_;)
I wouldn't know about that , I've never eaten one oO
4 Likes #9
Big Ben is a London building, I just couldnt remember the details as I suffer from CFS and Fibro, no need to be mean. I dont deserve any my way I was just letting other people know, sorry cant be as perfect as you appear to be.


Aiden1512
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).
Don't forget the animal fat. We mustn't forget the animal fat. (_;)
#10
rogparki
Aiden1512
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).
Don't forget the animal fat. We mustn't forget the animal fat. (_;)
I wouldn't know about that , I've never eaten one oO

You're missing out. Makes for a cheap meal. :)
#11
brendanhickey
the problem is I wouldn't know which was fake from real as I don't use cash. I've never seen a new fiver yet.
If you get one just send it to me , I'll tell you if its real or fake X)
#12
Why forge the new one when you can still forge the old one in circulation ?
#13
coathanger
Why forge the new one when you can still forge the old one in circulation ?
Probably because the old one is being withdrawn and wont be around very soon.
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coathanger
Why forge the new one when you can still forge the old one in circulation ?
Precisely because its new , many folk have not yet got used to it so are more likely to accept fakes, possibly even pretty poor fakes .

Edited By: rogparki on Dec 14, 2016 00:07: add
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Someone tried to pass me a dodgy one today , had a portrait of Jane Austen next to Big Ben ! They must have thought I was born yesterday - told them exactly what they could do with it (_;)
10 Likes #17
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).

I suggest anyone that thinks Big Ben is on the new note deserves all the dodgy fivers that comes their way as well.

Big Ben is a nickname for the bell inside the Elizabeth Tower, which is actually the 'London building' that is featured on the note.

If you are going to pick on someone - at least get it right! 8)


Edited By: ThePasty on Dec 14, 2016 00:30
#18
ThePasty
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).
I suggest anyone that thinks Big Ben is on the new note deserves all the dodgy fivers that comes their way as well.
Big Ben is a nickname for the bell inside the Elizabeth Tower, which is actually the 'London building' that is featured on the note.
If you are going to pick on someone - at least get it right! 8)
I think we are all aware of that X) Do you know "Spurs" are actually Tottenham Hotspur and "The Gunners" are actually Arsenal etc etc :(
#19
if the bank of england can make them whats stopping anyone else making them ?
#20
rogparki
Someone tried to pass me a dodgy one today , had a portrait of Jane Austen next to Big Ben ! They must have thought I was born yesterday - told them exactly what they could do with it (_;)


Lol shame. Next time u get one send it my way will give you £10 for it haha.
#21
jymufc
if the bank of england can make them whats stopping anyone else making them ?


Special printing machines sold only to mints and polymers with a chemical composition only available to the mint. However a crude copy could be made.
#22
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).


​Just checked mine and it is '... a London building...' that being the Elizabeth Tower

--- I see that was already mentioned, so in regards to the Spurs/Tottenham thing; personally Big Ben Tower makes more sense as a nickname for Clock Tower / Elizabeth Tower ---

Edited By: HyperTurtle on Dec 14, 2016 01:56: read on
#23
Probably more fakes in circulation then real ones, as all the real ones are on eBay with stupidly high buy it now.
#24
rogparki
I suggest anyone who thinks the new note is made of rubber and has "a London building on it " deserves all the dodgy fivers that come their way . The correct one is made of polymer and has Big Ben on it (amongst a lot of other things).
Nobody likes a smart ass. X)
#25
Do people still use cash
#26
so all these "old" fivers that I'm hoarding under the bed are OK ?

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