Now the fake currency will be identified by app, smartphone will be identified

Now the fake currency will be identified by app, smartphone will be identified

Now the fake currency will be identified by app, smartphone will be identified

Now the fake currency will be identified by app, smartphone will be identified
Now the fake currency will be identified by app, smartphone will be identified

Now you can find out in a little while that the notes that are in your wallet are real or fake. Online technology company Czechfac Brand Protection Systems Private Limited has developed an app that checks any currency in the world. It can tell whether it is real or fake. The company has given this app a checkfac name.

Explaining the feature of the app, the company’s director and co-founder Tanmay Jaiswal said that “Checkfac is an online platform, with the help of which anyone can check the realities of any currency in the world. This app is available on iOS and Android and It can be downloaded for free.

Trillian Dollar’s Fraud Business-

Worldwide fraud is a trillion dollar business, which is equivalent to the world’s tenth largest economy. The taxation of any economy makes hunting very easy. Checkfac is the only app that can detect fake currency at any place with the help of your smartphone. At the moment, according to an estimate, fake currency circulation of around $ 170 billion worldwide is in circulation.

Delhi Police arrests millions of fake currency-

In the past, Delhi Police arrested a man from the Red Fort area and caught him worth Rs three lakh. While disclosing this matter, the Special Branch of Delhi Police told that an intelligence report was received that a man is carrying fake quality counterfeit notes from Malda of West Bengal. Special cell deputy police commissioner PS Kushwaha said, “On January 12, on the basis of an intelligence, arrested 45-year-old Narendranath with a fake notes of Rs 3 lakh worth of rupees.”

In the inquiry, the accused said that he has been involved in counterfeit currency notes for the last two-three years before he was arrested in Rajasthan in 2016 with counterfeit notes of 1000. The deputy police commissioner said that “it is very difficult to differentiate between real and fake notes.”

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