The history of counterfeit money is almost as old as currency itself and despite the use of the most sophisticated modern technology, the battle persists today between the banks and the fraudsters.
In 2009, Bank of England figures revealed 566,000 counterfeit notes in the UK. Of these 95% were twenty pound notes.
Simply press the tip of the pen to the note.
A faded dot indicates a real note while a dark brown or black dot means the note is suspect.
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