Regarding the Rs 2000 notes, RBI made a significant announcement yesterday. The decision to stop the nationwide circulation of Rs 2000 notes has been made. By September 30th, you must deposit all of these denominations of notes in banks. Along with this, the RBI has instructed banks to stop dispensing Rs 2,000 notes with immediate effect; nevertheless, in the midst of this information, a clarification on Rs 100, 200, and 500 notes is also becoming available.
PNB has introduced a special deal.
Let us inform you that although there have been numerous fake news reports surrounding the notes over the years, the government bank of the nation, PNB, has now created an offer that allows you to quickly exchange your worn-out and damaged currency. You’re receiving brand-new notes from PNB.
Need to get in touch with the closest branch
PNB stated in its official tweet that it is now simple for you to replace damaged or outdated notes. You can get in touch with the closest branch, the bank has said. You can swap coins and bills here.
The Reserve Bank’s regulations
If you also have outdated or damaged notes, you do not need to be concerned at all, according to the Reserve Bank’s new regulations. These days, you can exchange these notes simply by going to any bank branch. You can also complain about this if any bank staff declines to exchange your note. The note’s value decreases less the worse its condition is, so bear that in mind.
How will the notes be exchanged, and under what conditions?
Any note that has been torn will only be accepted, according to the RBI, if a portion of it is missing or if it is made up of more than two parts and has been pasted together, as long as no vital component is missing. Your currency note won’t be exchanged if it lacks certain distinctive features like the name of the issuing authority, the guarantee and promise phrase, the signature, the Ashoka Pillar, a picture of Mahatma Gandhi, or the watermark. You can even swap dirty notes that have lost their usability from being used in commerce for a very long time.
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