Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Worst fakes ever? Sharp rise in HK$100 bills made with basic ink-jet printers ... on A4 paper

Volume of fake HK$100 bills jumped more than four times in first nine months of this year from same period in 2015

Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Tommy Cheng Ka-wai, chief inspector of Police, points to a fake HK$100 banknote, with a real one above it for comparison. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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