RBI Cautions Public Against Buying, Selling of Old Banknotes, Coins

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New Delhi, August 4: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Wednesday cautioned the public to not fall prey to fictitious offers of or selling of old banknotes and coins.

This advisory comes in the wake of RBI coming across certain elements fraudulently using its or logo and seeking charges or commission or tax from the public, in transactions related to and selling of old banknotes and through various online or offline platforms.

The central bank further clarified that it does not deal in such matters and never seeks charges or commissions of any sort. SBI Quarterly Profit: State Bank of India Net Profit in Q1 Surges 55% to Rs 6,504 Crore.

“Reserve Bank of India has also not authorised any institution or firm or person etc. to collect charges or commission on its behalf in such transactions,” it said.

RBI further advises members of the public to remain cautious and not to fall prey to elements using the of RBI to extract money through such fictitious or fraudulent offers.

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