Using YouTube Man Prints Fake Currency

Using YouTube Man Prints Fake Currency


Two years ago, Ravi Sandhu a 27 year old man from Ludhiana, Punjab found a video on YouTube and learnt how to print fake currency. He then started printing notes on the computer. He printed notes in the denomination of Rs 2,000, Rs 500 and Rs 200. He printed a total of Rs 10 lakh. He would visit shops in the market in a remote village in Punjab and not near the city. However he would go only late at night so that in the crowd he could make his purchases. He never went to the same shop again. He would keep changing the stores. After a few months, many shopkeepers found fake notes. They then went to the Punjab Police and complained about the fake notes. The police then investigated the matter and arrested the man. He was then released. However no reason was given. He then relocated to Delhi. He then started printing the notes again. The paper used was not very high quality. He used normal paper. He printed the notes and kept everything ready. These notes were not new. He crumpled these notes to make them look used. The man was very smart. He did this so that in Delhi nobody catches him. He was being more careful in Delhi. Since he was already caught once by the the Punjab Police. Here he was being more careful. He would crumple all the notes. For three months he would go to different shops in an area. He would pay using the crumpled notes. He did this so that the shopkeepers would easily accept the notes. The new notes may look fake and they would become suspicious. He kept changing locations every 3 months and never went to the same shop again. A person suspected him of using fake notes. He then informed the Delhi police. The police went undercover. When the man began to pay the police caught him. They caught him in Tilak Nagar in Delhi. During interogation by the Delhi police he said that for the last 2 years he has been using fake notes. The police then went to his house and found, notes worth Rs 1.38 lakh They found 64 notes worth Rs 2,000, 17 notes worth Rs 500 and 8 notes worth Rs 200.

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