How to check fake new RM100 notes:
1. Brighter/weird looking color
2.Low quality paper
3. Without intaglio print (raised printing effect)
Looking at the picture I show on top, you can find the raised printing effect at 'red circle number 1':
-The portrait of the First Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong
-Numeral '100' near Gabenor signature.
-Wording 'Bank Negara Malaysia' on center top of the notes.
-Wording 'Ringgit Malaysia' below Agong portrait.
-Wording 'RM 100' on top of Agong portrait.
-also on the 3 lines near the Watermark Portrait.
4. Look at the banknote against white light
If you look at the fake banknote against white light you most probably cannot see:
-Watermark Potrait (black circle number 3).
-Numeral 100 (black circle number 4).
5. Tilt the banknote
Pictures of fake 100 ringgit banknotes that we can found in the news: