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CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN THE EAST? THIS IS WHY YOU NEED A FAKE NOTE DETECTOR. When it comes to counterfeiting, the border states have always been in limelight — be it before demonetization or after. Considering that Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICNs) are the bread and butter of terrorist activities, it makes sense then that the enemies in our neighbouring countries start spreading the evils of counterfeiting in these states. Though Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh have recovered many fake notes in the past, the eastern part of the country has seen a steady growth in the rise of counterfeiting operations. Fake Notes in the Eastern Belt Post-demonetization, Gujarat has topped the state-wide statistics of counterfeiting with as much as Rs 5.9 crores of fake notes having been seized. However, counterfeiting has still got a major hold in the east. The five states neighbouring Bangladesh contributed Rs 3.9 crores and five other states with direct access to Nepal have yielded FICN with a face value of Rs 2.54 crores. Bengal’s share alone has been Rs 2 crores. As recent as this month, Rs 46,43,500 FICN was recovered in Mizoram in a joint operation of Aizwal Battalion of Assam Rifles along with Special Branch (Narcotics) in Vaivakan upon receiving specific information. Though less in number, FICNs have also been uncovered in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram.

Sophistry in Counterfeit Notes In the recent raids conducted in various parts of the country, it has become clear that FICNs now have far more sophistication than ever before. The notes were traced to Bangladesh with Bangladeshi stamp paper and as many as 11 of the 17 security features of the Rs 2000 note were successfully incorporated — features which can easily dupe the common man. NIA (National Investigation Agency) officials so much as went on the record to say that the fake Rs 2,000 notes looks so genuine that it would be difficult for the lay citizen to identify them. Intelligence and security agencies have been keeping a close eye on the elements involved in the circulation of FICNs and are taking action on any reported violation of law. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between India and Bangladesh to prevent and counter smuggling and circulation of fake currency notes. Security measures are constantly being made more stringent by the day through surveillance, observation posts across the border and intensive


patrolling. Despite these, we hear news of FICNs trickling into the business and getting identified when it’s too late. The most practical solution for the lay citizens is to then protect their livelihood by employing fake note detectors.

What you need in your fake note detector Empower by Kores is a portable fake currency detector that identifies whether a note is real or not within the blink of an eye. The technology is one of a kind and integrates a one-push operation that makes it easy to use. As opposed to the other currency detectors out there, it guarantees 100% results all the time. Moreover, you don’t need to know the security features of the note to identify whether it is real or fake. Its advanced technology need not be upgraded even as new notes are introduced in the market. Don’t let fake notes affect your business network in the east. Counter the counterfeit with Kores Empower.

CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN THE EAST? THIS IS WHY YOU NEED A FAKE NOTE DETECTOR.  

When it comes to counterfeiting, the border states have always been in limelight — be it before demonetization or after.

CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN THE EAST? THIS IS WHY YOU NEED A FAKE NOTE DETECTOR.  

When it comes to counterfeiting, the border states have always been in limelight — be it before demonetization or after.

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