Statistics say that for counterfeiters, the most attractive is the thousand-ruble note, and the most protected one is the five thousandth one.
This fact does not exclude the appearance of counterfeits and other bills.
Counterfeit money can steel for the average user a major nuisance, so you need to know the rules of their verification for authenticity.
Pay the first attention to the waterSigns. You can notice that on this note the tones are distributed unevenly. In this case, a smooth transition from dark to light shades is observed. On counterfeit money, a watermark is usually dark and monophonic or completely absent.
Look at the security thread that isA glossy metallized strip stitched through a bill. At first glance, it looks like five small rectangles dotted. It is also worth noting that at this thousandth ruble, the figure "1" in the image of the denomination seems to run into the strip. On fakes, this thread is located on top of a unit.
Pay attention to microperforation by arrangingBanknote in front of the light source. Swipe to check with the finger on its back side. If you feel unevenness, then it's a fake. Feel the bill, you will not feel the roughness of this banknote.
Check the coat of arms of Yaroslavl (bear) onThousand-ruble note, which is made in color-alternating paint. If the banknote is slightly tilted, the image will change its color from crimson to golden green. Thus, if the color does not change, then we can say with confidence that the money is fake.
Pay attention to the inscription "Ticket of the Bank of Russia"In the upper right corner of the front of the bill. If you draw a finger on it, you can feel that it has a relief structure. In addition, in the lower part of the narrow field of the banknote, there is a relief mark for people with poor eyesight.
Check the bill for the moire effect. If you look at certain parts of the banknote at a right angle, then they seem to be uniform in color, and when the angle of view changes, they break up into colored strips that smoothly pass into each other. This site is located on the front side of the note on the ornamental strip, located to the left of the main drawing.