Beware of marked notes
In the occupied territories, terrorist groups, who captured banking institutions, try to use the stolen money.
Therefore, banks that were not able to take all cash from the occupied territories, spoiled the notes with a special unremovable paint. Despite that, terrorists began using stolen painted notes for their needs, as well as for payments to the public. In this regard, no Ukrainian banking institution accepts marked stolen money. Anyone, who tries to pay with these money, will be detained as an accomplice in robberies.
And now, the first reports have appeared in Transcarpathia, the Uzhgorod.net wrote referring to the police bulletin. The chief of security of one of the supermarkets in Uzhgorod reported to the police that a local 35-year-old resident had tried to pay for the goods with a 100 hryvnia bill, which had caused suspicions among store cashiers. Law enforcement officers interviewed the "user" of that bill. The woman explained that she works in a fast food kiosk, so she had taken the money, including the questionable "hundred", from the cash register as her salary. This fact is being checked.
And a worker of one of Uzhgorod restaurants reported to law enforcement officers that in the evening she had found a suspicious 500 hryvnia bill in the proceeds. According to the barmaid, it was paid by one of the visitors. The bills in both cases were seized and sent for examination.