PRESS RELEASE: Counterfeit EC currency notes in circulation, ECCB advises

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PRESS RELEASE: Counterfeit EC currency notes in circulation, ECCB advises

The public is advised to be on the alert for counterfeit EC Currency notes, particularly during this time of heightened regional festivities. Vigilance should be exercised when conducting cash transactions to ensure the authenticity of notes.

Counterfeit notes do not have any value and it is a criminal offense to pass them on.

If you encounter any suspicious looking note, take it to the ECCB Headquarters, any of the ECCB Agency Offices or the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) within your territory for assessment.

The features of authentic EC Currency notes are outlined on the ‘Take Note of Your EC Notes’ posters available on the Bank’s website – www.eccb-centralbank.org. Additional information on the subject of counterfeit notes can also be accessed via the Bank’s YouTube Channel and Facebook Page – ECCB Connects.

 

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  1. St lucia greed!! People wanting something for nothing. Some young people not knowing how to do without. They grown up in a day of wear clothes today, throw it tomorrow. Fast food not home cook. Party from Sunday to Saturday. Give me give me, give me!!

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