[Watch] Beware Of Currency Counting Machines That Are Not Just Made To Count But To Cheat

The Logical Indian

September 5th, 2016 / 5:05 PM

Source: BANKING UPDATES

Counting money is a hassling task, one less or one more can make a big difference. So we trust in currency counting machines. However, this machine is not just made to count but to cheat.

As per reports this ‘made in china’ machine is making its way into the Indian market. So if you are doing any big transaction in cash, be sure of your currency count. Try to do the transaction with cards, that way you have records of the transaction too.


The Logical Indian requests our community member, If you see any anomaly in the counting of currency, please report it. Be cautious of such currency counting machines.

We request all the business not to use such devices and lose the trust of your customers.


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