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Viral Message: An Axis Bank ATM located in Marble Market dispensed fake currency notes with 'Children Bank of India' printed on them.

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Kanpur: An Axis Bank ATM located in Marble Market dispensed fake currency notes with 'Children Bank of India' printed on them.

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An ATM in Kanpur dispensed fake notes of Rs 500 denomination. The Axis ATM  dispensed fake notes with ‘Children Bank of India’ printed on them.

One of the persons who withdrew Rs 10,000 from the ATM got one of the fake notes, following which he made a complaint in this regard to the guard of the ATM.

The local police also took cognizance of the issue and launched an investigation into the same. The Kanpur police also shut down the ATM.

Kanpur Superintendent of Police said, “We came to know that two people had withdrawn Rs 20,000 and Rs 10,000 from the said ATM. The persons received one note each of Rs 500 with Children's Bank printed on that.

The ATM is currently being shut down and investigation is underway.”

Since demonetisation, there have been many instances of ATMs dispensing fake notes.

In February 2017, an SBI ATM in south Delhi had grabbed headlines for dispensing fake Rs 2,000 notes with ‘Children Bank of India’ printed on it.



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