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Checking bills

Checking bills
 

We check our bills according to the strictest criteria, and do whatever it takes to prevent you from receiving damaged goods!

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A topic that has a great deal on the public discussion is the foreign exchange rate, the options for trading it and the profitability of selling. Before you start looking for companies to convert foreign currency, it is important that you understand a few basic terms.

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Know all the little secrets hidden in the bills

 

Traveling to Poland requires you to purchase Zloty, preferably in Israel, in order to avoid unnecessary fees and high conversion rates.
The Zloty has many bills: of 200, 100, 50, 20, and 10 - which are important for you to identify and thus avoid the inconvenience of receiving counterfeit bills.
In Poland in particular, it is important to be very careful, therefore, we have compiled some identification marks for you to identify the Polish Zloty bills.
The identification marks are correct for all types of bills:
1. Prominent elements - The Zloty bills have prominent elements, which can be identified by touching.
2. Watermark - Raise the bill to the light and identify the watermarks on the bills, which match the printed figure on each bill.
3. Security fiber - In all Zloty bills, a security zloty fiber is woven inside the bill. Small letters are printed on the fiber, which include the amount of the bill and the Zoty mark - visible on both sides of the note.
4. Elliptical crown - A sign of a crown and around it an ellipse containing the sum of the bill, will appear on both sides of the bill.
5. Signs for the visually impaired - Each Zloty bill will include a unique mark that can be identified by the visually impaired.
6. Microprint - On both sides of the bills, tiny letters are printed, that can be read with a magnifying glass. Magnifying the letters will show a clear and easily read printing.
7. Bills of different sizes - The Zloty bills are of different colors and sizes, another sign that will help you make sure that the bill you received is not a counterfeit.


A counterfeit bill is strictly prohibited to use and is considered a criminal offense. Therefore, even if you received a counterfeit bill and identified it only after you left the place, it is important that you do not try to pass it on for your personal safety.

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