Awareness Fridays: Guidelines for Exchanging Mutilated Currency Notes at Indian Banks

by Vinaya HS on November 28, 2008

in Finance

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We’ve all had our fair share of receiving torn or soiled currency notes. Sometimes banks refuse to exchange these notes and we’re left fuming since we’ve no idea what the rules are with respect to exchange of such notes. Thankfully, the Reserve Bank of India has published guidelines for exchanging such currency.

Click here to download the Master Circular describing the facilities available for exchange of notes and coins.

Read these guidelines so that the next time you’re well prepared to advise the bank on their rules.

Awareness Fridays is my new initiative to spread awareness on topics relevant to personal finance — every Friday. I urge you to take some time off and absorb this information — it’s pretty useful. And, as always, do spread the word if you find this useful.




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Notary December 1, 2008 at 9:52 PM

This was very helpful…

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