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Alert! Fake Rs 10 Coins Are in Circulation; This Is How to Differentiate It from the Real One

Raghwendra Shukla | Last Modified - Oct 12, 2016, 05:07 PM IST

Here are some visible differences between real and fake coins of Rs 10
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    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.
  • +9 See more slides
    First a rumour that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and then reports of the a splurge in counterfeit coins in the market have led to several shop owners and people shying away from accepting the coin these days.

    Recently, an inter-state fake currency racket was busted by Delhi Police and a large cache of counterfeit was seized during raids at hideouts in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Haryana.

    The fake coins circulated in the market look exactly like real and anyone can be deceived by them. But you can easily identify them by having a close observation.

    Here we have compiled some difference between fake and real coins that can help you spot the counterfeit coins.

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