1000 Thai Bank fakes were found in Tachileik, Myanmar-Thailand border
It has been investigated that counterfeit paper worth one thousand Thai baht is being spread in Tachileik town in eastern Shan State, which is the Myanmar-Thailand border.
A man from Sansai Ward, a resident of Tachilek, told the Shan Herald that since Thai baht is mainly used in Tachilek, there is a need to be careful about the spread of fake one-thousand baht notes.
“It's really the same as real baht. If you don't look carefully, you can't tell the difference between fake and real. If you look at fake banknotes (๑000) there is no image of the Thai king above the number. King of Thailand But the light side is covered with silver, and the space above the number (1000) can be seen," said a local man.
He added that if the holders of the fake banknotes worth one thousand Thai baht cannot be reused, they will suffer a lot.
"If you come to buy from me, you need to check it carefully. Marketers are even more careful. If you buy it from me and you can't go back and use this fake money, you lose for free. "One thousand Thai baht is worth a lot," he added.
Currently, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) is responsible for the financial issues, but to date, these issues have not been dealt with.