• By The Financial District

BSP Asks Public To Check Bank Notes

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) advises the public to carefully check the security features of their Philippine banknotes to ensure their genuineness.

Photo Insert: The BSP is verifying reports circulating in messaging apps and social media platforms on the existence of alleged counterfeit 1000-Piso banknotes.

The BSP is verifying reports circulating in messaging apps and social media platforms on the existence of alleged counterfeit 1000-Piso banknotes.


Under Republic Act No. 10951, counterfeiters of Philippine currency are subject to the penalty of imprisonment of at least 12 years and 1 day and a fine not exceeding two million pesos.


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

From January to June 2021, the BSP led five successful law enforcement operations that resulted in the arrest of 14 individuals and the filing of nine separate criminal charges.


The BSP also regularly conducts public information campaigns to educate the public on the design, security features, and proper handling of Philippine currency as well as relevant laws, policies, and programs.


Banking & finance: Business man in suit and tie working on his laptop and holding his mobile phone in the office located in the financial district.

The BSP enhanced the New Generation Currency (NGC) banknotes to incorporate the latest anti-counterfeiting technology and improve the visual and tactile differentiation of each denomination. To ascertain the genuineness of the NGC banknotes, the public is advised to use the Feel-Look-Tilt method to check the security features.



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