Philippine Money Counterfeited
Philippine money is not spare from being pirated aside from Philippine movies and songs which are mostly counterfeited by some Filipinos themselves.
Pirated money is often the most hard to detect unless you are a money expert in making a legitimate money for your countries or a bank official who is in charge of designing a legitimate money for your country. But if you are just a mere ordinary citizen, you better watch out lest you do not know you are either using or receiving a fake Philippine money which could also bring you to a false accusation by the Philippine bank of proliferating a fake Philippine money perchance the money you are using is detected as fake by the fake money detectors on leading shopping malls and establishments. How can you escape this undesirable incident?
However, you don’t have to worry because the national Philippine bank or the BSP ( Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) have issue what Philippine money is being counterfeited and how to detect the fake from genuine.
The Philippine moneys that are mostly counterfeited are the 500 pesos bill, the 5 peso coin, and the 10 peso coin. What does Ninoy have to say about this if he is still alive that his own money (the 500 peso bill) is the favorite Philippine money the money counterfeiters love to fake? Will he able to say again his famous statement to his Beloved Filipino: “The Filipino is worth dying for”? Think again, Ninoy.