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IDC Readers Opinions on Counterfeit Zim Notes 11-10-19

These are various opinions from several readers about counterfeit Zim and which dealers to trust. ~ Dinar Chronicles

Entry Submitted by Markus at 6:22 AM EDT on November 10, 2019


I tried the DIY method on my 100 trillion Zim bond. I wrapped a blue plastic bag and a violet plastic bag over a flashlight, and shone through the bond in a dark room. I couldn't see any fluorescent specs anywhere. This method might be faulty, I don´t know, but I bought my Zim from the Great American Coin Company three years ago!

Best regards,


Entry Submitted by Bren at 7:23 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

Below info regarding purchase of ZIM notes as per recent discussion on the site.

Feel free to share any info with readers as you feel appropriate.

I live in Australia and my 1st purchase was Zimbabwe currency collectibles in 2017 and went for various denominations as had no idea etc of rates. x2 100T notes include in that purchase and on inspection basically look like bad photo copies compared to the other notes in same order.. so my assumption is not legit notes for those x2. I think I remember emailing them and informing them of that situation and I got no response..

Then i researched lots of sellers on eBay and made many more purchases over next couple years from 2 sellers in America to build a very nice collection of almost all the 100T series notes both circulated and uncirculated.

I found the x2 different eBay sellers to be very professional and reliable and have no suspicion about the notes although I have not yet done black light test.

I also made a purchase from BANKNOTE WORLD and again found very professional and reliable.

I have kept ALL documents regarding the purchases from all sellers for my records so I can only trust that the process will unfold as it is meant too for me personally.


Entry Submitted by Nancy at 8:24 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

I purchased Zim banknotes with 100Trillions.com. checked them yesterday look authentic, not missing marks and proper color in box with #'s & received certificate on authenticity. Based on missing marks seen on searches, they look good.

Entry Submitted by TitanG at 10:03 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

While buyers of ZIM bond notes have to be careful, there a several reputable dealers that continue to sell. My favorite is The Great American Coin Company which used to be known by the name Beverly Oaks. Bank Note World along with Templeton Collectibles are also great sources for the real notes. For as little as $15.00 You can also go to this site and check the features of the real notes....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5dUPh8K8NY. Hope this helps.


Entry Submitted by MP at 11:07 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

So far I have no problems with these sellers

https://www.100trillions.com and https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com/

I also have heard of https://www.banknoteworld.com/ as being legit.

Is there away to help those who were cheated?

Entry Submitted by tenstar at 11:18 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

I too have been concerned about the authenticity of my gold-backed, Zim bonds that I bought after reading about the counterfeit bonds being sold online. I called the company where I bought them and was relieved to know that I had indeed purchased authentic Zim bonds. I was told what to look for on the bonds after first making sure I was in a totally-darkened room and using a black light.

Much to my relief, I found the features on my bonds that were described to me. I have since learned elsewhere online what to look for and double-checked my bond notes. Everything panned out.

I bought my bond notes 2 1/2 years ago from www.100trillions.com and recommend them as a safe, reliable source of 100% authentic Zim bonds. At their website there is a link at the top "Authentic Banknotes" that describes the counterfeit problem in detail and the sites that THEY know, have been selling counterfeit bonds, and what to look for showing photos of phony notes and the real thing.

What's more, in your purchase, you receive along with your bond notes, a certificate of authenticity with the corresponding serial number printed on it. PEACE OF MIND is what I have now thanks to www.100trillions.com and you will too.

NOTE: I am not affiliated with nor do I receive any compensation whatsoever for endorsing this company. I just know how I would feel if I discovered that I had unknowingly purchased counterfeit bonds and didn't know where to turn to buy legitimate Zim bonds. Rest assured... these guys are the real deal.

Entry Submitted by GMcC at 11:30 AM EDT on November 10, 2019


I was freaking out about all the counterfeit news so I checked all security measures on my notes including UV indicators.

All my notes were good so this site seems to be legit.



Entry Submitted by DK at 11:35 AM EDT on November 10, 2019

Yes I do have Counterfeit Zim currency it was obtained from Zimpoly that company was using Zim kids humanitarian aid for orphans as a ploy to get people to purchase there currency. The company is closed and you can't find much information on it any more, the Counterfeit was good copy to the original I discovered only by accident.

The only 2 ways I know it is Counterfeit is one when paper is soked in oil it turns color the original does not change color you can use soap to clean it off. The second way is looking at the far right of the front side there is a water mark picture of some kind of a cow you can barely see it move note around for better lighting, the original note has the cow head looking to the middle of the note and the Counterfeit has the cow head reversed looking out to the right away from middle of note.

All my good Zim notes came from great American coin company.



It is ok if people want to contact me over this.

Entry Submitted by GJB at 12:16 PM EDT on November 10, 2019

Yes I watched authenticating video on Banknoteworld.com website and checked the my notes watching there videos and yah there legit and I bought them from Templetoncollectibles.com so yah I pretty sure my notes are authentic as to what the video says so yah that website templetoncollectibles.com is a good deal for authentic zim bank notes in the trillions and are reasonably priced without have to spend hundreds of dollars or even thousands of dollars on them which is a good thing.

Entry Submitted by Lumina at 12:22 PM EDT on November 10, 2019

In response to ZCC Counterfeit,

I checked my Zim with a UV flashlight used for this purpose, and it’s authentic. My source is:



Entry Submitted by RH at 2:52 PM EDT on November 10, 2019

I bought much of my Zim from 100trillions. They were on ebay but now have their own site. They are supposed to have certificates of authenticity. Here is info: https://www.100trillions.com

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