A copy of a UBS Platinum certificate in the name of "Mr. Soekarno" dated 23rd March 1961.  The certificate exhibits some glaring spelling and typographical errors - for example, the name of the bullion bank and metal refiners, Johnson Mathey, is rendered as "Jhonson and Mathew."   This once again, poses the question if the certificate is legitimate or the result of a fraudster?  Would an expert counterfeiter who has probably spent weeks working on the artwork suddenly become so slack as to allow such obvious errors to denigrate what is otherwise meticulous work?  Or could it be a case of in-built and purposeful deniability in cases where the client or depositor possess a sensitive background?  

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