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PostIs This a Cheat Note
Posted by trickymario7654 5 years ago (28 Nov 2013)
This 1996 bill $100 i think this is a cheat entry here is the link

http://www.moneytracker.com.au/note/82915.html

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PostIs This a Cheat Note
Posted by heihachi73 5 years ago (5 Jan 2014)
I wouldn't be surprised if that note's serial number was nothing more than a bunch of zeroes. Whoever owns this site needs a bit more time to spend on it.

The following notes are invalid for tracking and should be blocked and removed from users' banknote lists:

RBA specimens on Wikipedia, Money Tracker database ID in brackets:
1988 $10 AA10006761 (99312, apparently no-one had entered this note yet!)
1992 $5 AA87963202 (98313)
2001 $5 DG01942329 (9606)
2002 $5 DM02501529 (9605)
2007 $10 AD07339954 (78639)
2007 $20 IC07385066 (54605)
2003 $50 BF03367306 (7830)
1999 $100 GH99841589 (5745)

RBA specimens:
http://www.rba.gov.au/Museum/Displays/1988_onwards_polymer_currency_notes/complete_series.html

1995 $5 AA95000000
1993 $10 AA93000000
1994 $20 AA94000000
1995 $50 AA95000000
1996 $100 AJ96617770 (a circulation note?)

Most likely the above zero-based serials are not valid, particularly for this $5 note, which was never issued with an AA series beyond the "light" 1992 versions.

http://www.rba.gov.au/Museum/Displays/1988_onwards_polymer_currency_notes/centenary_of_federation.html
2001 $5 AA01000001

Fake/improbable notes, database ID in brackets:
"2000" $5 ZZ00000001 (74516, AFAIK no Australian banknotes were issued in 2000)
"1992" $5 AA12345678 (50555)
"2000" $50 AA00000000 (99253, unconfirmed)
"1996" $100 AA96000000 (82915, unconfirmed)

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