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>> No. 7510 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:17 pm
7510 Anti money laundering
I do not endorse money laundering etc etc,
Brexit will perhaps mean regulators and crime fighters have to strain their resources, and tere is a belief that money laundering will increase.
So for my academic research what
Transactions are by most companies trackable through some form of Footpath.
The techniques are ever decreasing and is becoming a thing of the past.
Can i get help with these two assumptions abd insight on anti money laundering,
Please do not endorse or encourage this naughty behac.

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 7511 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:25 pm
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It’s English, Jim, but not as we know it.
>> No. 7512 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:26 pm
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Watch this

Presumably Brexit could turn us entirely into a tax haven of the sort described in the film.
>> No. 7513 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:40 pm
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>I don't want to launder money, but how do I launder money?
Go home, mafialad.
>> No. 7515 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 6:48 pm
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What the actual fuck are you talking about. Speak English and try not to be so obvious about what you're asking.

All financial firms have responsibilities around AML and KYC. Since PSD2, which took effect last year, the scope of those responsibilities and the kinds of companies which have to report SARs (Suspicious Activity Reports) has greatly increased. Simply put, any deposit or movement of money over a certain amount is reported, and the limit for that has been greatly lowered; you would be surprised how many companies do these kinds of reports - everyone working online, for instance.

There isn't an easy way to launder money - and its getting much harder to do so. It's the laundering part of the crime where people usually get caught nowadays, it's far easier for the police to "follow the money" rather than catch you at a particular crime, and so that's what they focus on.

There is nothing happening in Brexit which will make it easier, or make money laundering more likely. Your assumptions are completely wrong and your request is way too transparent.
>> No. 7516 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 10:42 pm
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Gambling, off market investment stocks and bonds, cryptocurrency, companies that deal in cash, high art, crowdfunding, and as trump has demonstrated hotels.

Really lad not knowing how to launder money just shows a lack of imagination.
>> No. 7517 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 10:57 pm
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The general idea with money laundering is that at some point you do need the money to come out at the other end.
>> No. 7518 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:08 pm
7518 oooh nyasss
ohh matron
>> No. 7520 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:23 pm
7520 bit of a contradiction

firstly its stated that you do not know what is being asked "what the actual f%ck are you talking about", and then you show that you understand the question by confirming its clarity "try not to be so obvious about what you're asking".

if i wasnt on safari in Kenya i would challenge you to a duel my dear chap. Although it would have to be on my private estate and with my duelling pistols as your carers allowance would not provide you an adequate budget to finance your own equipment ( although im sure there are plenty of firearms available in your plebian council estate). I bid you good day you inferior ruffian!
>> No. 7521 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:28 pm
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You are hilarious.
>> No. 7522 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:29 pm
7522 Thank you
one is much flattered with your kind sentiments.
>> No. 7523 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:29 pm
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There are almost constantly empty tanning salons, dog grooming parlours etc in my prosperous suburban market town and its surrounding areas run by the daughters or younger lovers of prosperous gentleman involved with white powdery substances on a large scale and have been for many years.
>> No. 7524 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:31 pm
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What exactly do you think the risk is here? It doesn't need to be on the market for very long and it doesn't need to ever be in one lump sum at any of the exchanges. You can explain away any jackpot amount as I bought some bitcoins once on a punt 10 years ago and I've started cashing in.
>> No. 7525 Anonymous
28th April 2019
Sunday 11:33 pm
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Nail bars, taxi firms, kebab shops, there are a number of cash based businesses. Second hand cars certainly. But in the UK the opportunities for laundering money are dwindling as we reduce our reliance on cash.
>> No. 7528 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 8:08 am
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The value might get wiped out in a bart, the exchange you buy from is probably shady as shit if they're not doing KYC checks and are liable to just run off with the cash and your crypto before you can shift them, and the exchange you cash out from might suddenly develop "technical difficulties". Then there's the minor point that the blockchain being entirely open means that even if you do manage to cash out your explanation won't hold water.
>> No. 7529 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 9:16 am
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I think you grossly over estimate the risks and the traceability. It is like you don't even know what cryptocurrency is mostly used for.
>> No. 7532 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 9:23 am
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AIUI, it's mainly used for taking money from suckers these days, hence its uselessness for anything else.
>> No. 7533 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 9:43 am
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Bitcoin maybe, but something like Monero is still very useful for buying drugs on the internet.
>> No. 7534 Anonymous
29th April 2019
Monday 12:27 pm
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Then you're back to just getting any money out the other end at all.
>> No. 7707 Anonymous
23rd August 2019
Friday 9:16 am
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Can we wordfilter brexit to WORLD WAR THREE!!!!!
>> No. 7708 Anonymous
23rd August 2019
Friday 9:42 am
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That might get a bit confused after the actually WWIII begins. And, even if it happens decades from now, many of the threads currently on the front page of /*/ will still be here.
>> No. 7719 Anonymous
30th August 2019
Friday 7:30 am
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Whichever mod actually did this I owe you a pint mate.

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