Indian Currency: On the basis of these old notes and coins, you will become rich, know the details

Indian Currency: Today is the age of internet and you can earn a lot of money online. There are many such apps in the country through which you can earn thousands while sitting at home. Even today many people want to earn money sitting at home. If you are also among them then this news […]
 


Indian Currency: On the basis of these old notes and coins, you will become rich, know the details

Indian Currency: Today is the age of internet and you can earn a lot of money online. There are many such apps in the country through which you can earn thousands while sitting at home. Even today many people want to earn money sitting at home. If you are also among them then this news is for you.

Today we will tell you about a website from where you can earn good money. By trying this method, you will become the owner of lakhs of rupees within minutes. For this you should have some Indian currency notes.

If you have a note of 1,2,5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 or 2000 on which the number 786 is written, then this note can get you lakhs of rupees overnight. You have to work completely online to sell it. The same method can be tried on old coins as well.

To earn money in this way you only need notes or coins and internet connection. You can sell such notes or coins on Olx, Quikr, Ebay. You can easily send it online through the website. Today we will tell you how to sell it on the website.

How to Sell Notes or Coins:

To sell this note or coin, you must first go to the website of eBay. After that you have to register here. Here when you register yourself as a seller, you will have to upload the pictures of both the sides of your note on the website.

Only after that you can run your ad on them. People interested in old coins will contact you after seeing that ad. Then you can easily sell those notes or coins through it at a good price.

 

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