In addition to scamming money through coins or bills, it is possible to see a payment with an exchange rate very similar to the one used which can be confusing. Now there are about 180 types of coins in the world, which is why the National Police warned of this problem.
Monetary fraud in the Penal Code
Although no case of this practice is known, the legal bodies are aware of it and are therefore contemplated in it legal texts such as the Penal Code.
This can be put on the bench, so this type of act starts with by “profit” a person uses deception to deceive another person into an error that harms him. If you are handing out legal currency but not in the background of the country’s currency, you are committing this type of crime because you are using cheap currency, so that results in the price of 0 coins being paid.
Other types of currency like the euro
For this reason, the National Police tweeted where he issued warned of this type of scam where they exchange guy with a then well below the euro.
In addition, to demonstrate this criminal act, the national security agency is attaching images where they appear twenty Jamaican dollars (0.11 are reported); five pesos from the Dominican Republic (0.076 are reported); one Venezuelan bolivar (0.19 index) and Argentine peso (0.0084 are reported).
Despite this, these four currencies are not the only ones similar to the euro, since we can find a variety of one Turkish lira (0.32 are reported); one hundred pesos (0.0015 index) or one Venezuelan bolivar (0.039 are reported).
This case can be found in several situations with two coins. This is the case five South African Rand (0.0035 are reported); 10 Thai baht (0.20 are reported); Egyptian pound (0.030 are reported); 5 Moroccan Dirhams (0.091 are reported); 500 Colombian pesos (0.098 are reported); twenty kenya solids (0.14 coins) or * ten Philippine pesos (0.17 are reported).