English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby xpetrovic » Thu Jan 01, 2015 3:16 pm

Ralf wrote:Nice, keep on tracking ;-).
So there are :note-5: notes ATM's in Lithuanian banks?

Of course, there are.
3 days ago there even weren't :note-10: notes in Swedbank ATMs.

But all :note-5: and :note-10: in the ATMs are of 2013/2014.
:note-50: and :note-20: I also get with Draghi signature.
Howerver some months ago ATMs didn't even recognise Europa notes, and the greater part of larger nominal notes were withdrawn with Triche's signature.
Los of things has changed.

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby xpetrovic » Thu Jan 01, 2015 3:52 pm

http://www.delfi.lt/projektai/euras/naujienos/bankomatai-kitamet-isduos-kitokias-grynuju-sumas.d?id=66236996

SEB ATMs withraws :note-5:, :note-10:, :note-20: and :note-50:.
Swedbank ATMs withdraws also :note-5:, :note-10:, :note-20: and :note-50:, but few days ago I was told that €-withrawing ATMs also may have :note-100: - I haven't checked. Probably former Lt-ATMs don't have :note-100: :roll:
DNB's ATMs don't withdraw :note-10: - only :note-5:, :note-20: and :note-50:, but somewhere this was denied.

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby RKPLt » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:09 pm

Ralf wrote:Nice, keep on tracking ;-).
So there are :note-5: notes ATM's in Lithuanian banks?

Update: Swedbank ATMs gave 15 € as 10+5 in normal mode and 3*5 in "small denomination" mode.
:note-5: are V(Spain) and :note-10: was E(Oberthur).
No queues and no worries today- even very interesting after seeing such amount of people using ATMs last days.
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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby negative » Thu Jan 01, 2015 11:37 pm

I got all :note-5: printer code Sxxxxx, printed at Banca d'Italia (Italy - Roma)

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby Liootas » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:42 pm

Ralf wrote:Nice, keep on tracking ;-).
So there are :note-5: notes ATM's in Lithuanian banks?


Yes, at least for the firsts few months of 2015.

I've just taken 2 x 5€ and 2 x 10€ – they all are of the new series (all the :note-5: :note-10: in Lithuania are of the new series, I guess).
I speak :flag-lt: :flag-uk: :flag-fr: :flag-es:

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby Angelo Campos » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:12 pm

Lithuania has a country code assigned?

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby negative » Sat Jan 03, 2015 7:48 am

Angelo Campos wrote:Lithuania has a country code assigned?


No, not yet. I heard that this will be done in couple of years only

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby Barzdonas » Sat Jan 03, 2015 11:24 am

Angelo Campos wrote:Lithuania has a country code assigned?


According to European Central Bank, Lithuania can use letter «B» in produced banknotes.

(2) Lithuania adopted the euro on 1 January 2015. In future Lietuvos bankas has the right to use the letter «B» in the serial number in the event it is allocated any future production of banknotes of the first series. However, the use of that letter is still uncertain; it depends on future production arrangements.


Link: https://www.ecb.europa.eu/euro/banknote ... ex.en.html

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby Angelo Campos » Sat Jan 03, 2015 12:34 pm

Thanks.

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby claudio vda » Fri Jan 09, 2015 10:15 am

Wow! That's a very good starting! 8O

Wien :arrow: Vilnius with a :note-500: :!:

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby negative » Fri Jan 09, 2015 10:28 am

claudio vda wrote:Wow! That's a very good starting! 8O

Wien :arrow: Vilnius with a :note-500: :!:

http://en.eurobilltracker.com/notes/?id=147591784


Very nice indeed! :D

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby RKPLt » Fri Jan 09, 2015 6:15 pm



Suspicion on fraud - in case, user enters SERIE of banknotes (serial numbers in a row) and only ONE matches - it is a suspicion, that other serials are just calculated. If this happens, "guilty side" can send the photo of banknotes to the moderator via PM, and hit will be restored.
Also hit does not count, if there is less than 24 hours passed after first registration. So - if you can afford it, spend the registrated banknotes after one day passes.

Official rule:
The moderation of a hit can happen either manually by a few selected members, or automatically if a hit matches certain characteristics, for example if its time difference is 0 days or if there are multiple, very similar hits between two users at the same time. By default every new hit is considered interesting.
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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby negative » Tue Jan 13, 2015 12:01 pm

ErGo wrote:

Linas (193476): 180 notes deleted


Does it means that all 180 notes were not real?

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Re: English speaking visitors in Lithuania euro thread

Postby claudio vda » Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:25 am

negative wrote:Does it means that all 180 notes were not real?


Yes. The Database Working Group is keeping our database clean from fake entries: their role is to investigate suspicious behaviour of users and delete notes registered into the database maliciously.
When serials are consecutive, notes are new from the printing. This means that if a hit is made while entering consecutive notes, it is a fake hit and one of the two users involved registered notes maliciously: the Database WG investigates both accounts in order to get which user invented notes. Investigations may take long or short time depending of the evidences found.
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