The Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas Clean Note Policy starring George Clooney

Dear George Clooney: how are you? In case you're travelling to the Philippines to shoot another of your masterful Coens Brothers film co-starring my future ex-girlfriend Anna Kendrick, here's what you need to know about the money we have here:

1. The BSP Clean Note Policy wants you to take extra good care of your Filipino money bills because if you staple on your money or tear or write on them, Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas will not honor them. 

This means you can't use your damaged money to buy souvenirs or pasalubong when you come here to Cebu.

What will your wife say if you're unable to buy Cebu's famous Rico's Lechon or Siomai sa Tisa or Bisaya Short Films T-shirts?

2. The Bank Tellers will suffer the salary deduction should the Money Counting Machines fail to count the bank notes that you damaged. 

You don't want to make our female banktellers cry from salary deduction, do you?

You made hundreds of ex-girlfriends cry, George Clooney, because you're super handsome, now spare our beautiful Filipinas the hurt.

3. We have new bank notes now and the old ones are soon unacceptable and so get them replaced.

If you're like me and the rest of the loud clamoring people here who asked why in God's name did The Designers make the color of the P1,000 bill the same as the P100, you'll be glad to know that Bangko Sentral now changed their colors from blue to mauve (light blue). Hurray for a color change that has no real change!

On why they did not make the color of P100 maybe brown and the P1,000 green knowing it costs the same amount to print them, only the dead Ferdinand Marcos knows.

Ok that's all for now. K thx bye.

A Bad Richard

For more serious and legal and fun-free technical info about Banko Sentral Clean Note Policy, click HERE.

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