December 8, 2022

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Vetrivel (first from right), family members and dealer employees display coins

A man buys a car with 60,000 coins that the Indians rejected

A resident of Aror (Tamil Nadu, India) caused a stir when he recently arrived at the door of an agency with Several bags full of coins.

This was the payment method Vetrivel, 27, wanted to use to buy a new car. He said his mother had a store. Many customers refuse to accept 10 rupees coins. Instead of throwing it away, mother Store coins at home. Many Indians believe the coins are worthless, even though the government published an official note in February saying the coins had purchasing power.

In a month of joining the metal, Vetrivel . has arrived 60 thousand coinswhich represents the price of the car you want to buy.

“My mom has a shop and since people don’t want to accept the ten coins, they store them at home. Nobody is willing to accept the coins. Even in the banks, the employees are reluctant to use them.”Vetrivel told India Today.

The Indian also commented that he was angry at the fact that children were playing with coins as if they were useless.

“So I decided to attract attention by buying a car with only 10 rupees coins.”announced.

Vetrivel (first right), family members and agency staff display the coins Image: Reproduction / Twitter

Above, Vitryville (in a white shirt) receives the car keys next to the family;  Below, 60,000 coins are counted
Above, Vitryville (in a white shirt) receives the car keys next to the family; Below, 60 thousand coins are counted Photo: clone

10 rupees coins
10 rupee coins photo: clone

Although the car dealership has I hesitated at first In pursuing the deal, they ended up accepting the sale in light of Vetrivel’s decision. Then the customer carried the coins bags to the agency, I count them all Then the keys to the new car were handed over to him and his family.

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The cost of the car is equivalent to 40 thousand Brazilian riyals.