CBSI WARNS PUBLIC ON FALSE CURRENCY KNOWN AS SOL YORK

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The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) would like to caution members of the public of a fake new
currency called Sol York currency as claimed by its promoters.
CBSI advises that there is no such currency in existence in the Solomon Islands save the Solomon Islands
Dollar.
CBSI categorically denies any involvement or participation in the new currency scheme and strongly
advises the general public including the promoters to refrain from spreading false information and rumors
about the new currency scheme.
The only legal currency of Solomon Islands is the Solomon Islands Dollar (SBD) and CBSI has the sole
authority by Law, to issue currency in Solomon Islands which shall be legal tender in Solomon Islands as
specified under the CBSI Act 2012.
Any agency, corporate body or individual that attempts to produce, or issue currency apart from the
Solomon Islands Dollar (SBD) is committing an offence under the CBSI Act 2012.
It is advisable that any person who has fallen victim or has reliable information about the scheme, to come
forward to report and launch a formal complaint with the Police, for investigation and prosecution.
CBSI will continue to warn the public to be vigilant on where to invest their money, and to ensure that the
legitimate currency of Solomon Islands is protected.
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