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How to redeem invalid notes
Here you can read what to do if you have invalid banknotes.
 
The Riksbank's regulations on the redemption of notes and coins
The Riksbank's regulations (RBFS 2009:1) on the redemption of banknotes and coins stipulate the following:

1 § The Riksbank will redeem damaged and mutilated genuine notes on condition that the Riksbank deems that there is no reason to assume that:

a) the note was acquired by criminal means, or
b) the redemption procedure may conceal that someone has profited as the result of criminal activity.
 
How to redeem invalid banknotes
If you want to redeem invalid banknotes, send them together with the completed form (see the link below), preferably by registered post, to:

Sveriges Riksbank
Box 170
SE-431 22 Mölndal
SWEDEN
 
The Riksbank charges
The Riksbank charges a fee of SEK 100 for each case, regardless of how many banknotes are involved or the size of the amount to be redeemed. The Riksbank does not redeem banknotes to a value of SEK 100 or less.  It may take approximately four weeks before the money is credited to your account. 
 
Do you have any questions?
If you have any questions, please contact the Riksbank's office in Mölndal, telephone: +46 31 334 28 06.
DOCUMENTATION
 
Form for Request for the redemption of invalid Swedish banknotes | 127 Kb
The Riksbank's regulations (RBFS 2009:1) on the redemption of banknotes and coins | 45 Kb
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The Sveriges Riksbank Act

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