Seeing Writing on money? in General Chat Posted October 16 Hope I've phrased this suitably safely(?), a strange random thought I had. (Admittedly I'd been drinking.) I read online that according to the Currency and Banknotes Act 1928 (UK), it's illegal to write on or otherwise deface money, However, on many occasions I've received notes (£5, £10, £20, etc) with writing on them. What would happen if someone or multiple people started writing on notes, on say around the white border/edges so as not to affect the value, words or slogans, eg "covid 1984", "plandemic" or "the vaccine is a virus", etc? How would they know who did it? As a lot of people still carry/use cash, it would be harder to miss/Ignore than say random grafitti or posters in the street. Alternatively, if such behaviour became widespread, would it just encourage further random writing and also draw negative attention and encourage a hastening of a cashless society?