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BSN Explains Why Malaysians Should Never Accept Ink-Stained Banknotes

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BSN Explains Why Malaysians Should Never Accept Ink-Stained Banknotes - WORLD OF BUZZ 2
Source: BSN
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It seems like there are money-related scams everywhere these days! From fake banknotes to fake money lenders, Malaysians have a lot of reasons to be extra cautious.

Now, it looks like there’s another thing we should be looking out for. If you haven’t been paying attention to those warnings that pop up on ATM machines, you might want to take note of this!

BSN Explains Why Malaysians Should Never Accept Ink-Stained Banknotes - WORLD OF BUZZ 1

Source: BSN

Recently, the Royal Malaysia Police Facebook page shared an important notice from the National Savings Bank (BSN) alerting Malaysians about ink-stained banknotes.



According to their notice, BSN clarified why these ink-stained banknotes should never be accepted in cash transactions;

  • The ink-stained notes were probably stolen from ATMs
  • They do not carry any value and therefore cannot be replaced

In the event that you do come across these notes, BSN advises to not accept them and promptly lodge a police report for the authorities to take appropriate action.

BSN Explains Why Malaysians Should Never Accept Ink-Stained Banknotes - WORLD OF BUZZ

Source: BSN

So, in case you missed the memo on this, be sure to always pay close attention to the banknotes you receive in case they have ink on them. You might just lose your money if you’re not careful!

If you have further inquiries, contact BSN at 1-300-88-1900 or check out their website for more details!

 

Also read: Fake Money Now Circulating in Pasar Malam, Here’s How to Detect a Real RM100 Note



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