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BOJ is looking into banknote accusations made by a lady on TikTok.

BOJ is looking into banknote accusations made by a lady on TikTok.

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Users on social media express worries


After a woman’s popular TikTok clip showing a $1,000 bill with allegedly missing security elements on the holographic foil, the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) opened an inquiry into claims that polymer banknotes were flawed.

The BOJ wrote the following on its Twitter page:

We have initiated an investigation into the matter. If anyone else has encountered a similar issue, they are encouraged to visit the Bank, where the banknote will be tested and replaced if deemed genuine (sic).

Yet, some social media users claim that the news has caused worries in a variety of different regions.


One question is if the video is genuine and not just someone attempting to cause trouble. The female in the video claimed she was left wondering if the security feature was wiped while the note was in her luggage, which raises the question of how prevalent the issue is if the note is flawed.


A third issue was brought up by another social media user: if the note in the video is fake, what characteristics should people use to verify whether the notes they are using are real?

 

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