How To: Money Laundering
For most normal, law-abiding citizens, money problems usually revolve around not having enough of it. For society’s more unsavory types, however, (such as drug dealers, embezzling accountants and corrupt politicians), money problems arise from having too much liquid cash. Depositing more than $10,000 into a bank account will raise a number of red flags with various government agencies, while plopping down a few duffel bags full of Benjamins for that Bugatti Veyron just isn’t practical. So, what’s the sense of “earning” all that cash if you can’t spend it? Luckily, there are methods available for enterprising crooks looking to cleanse their money and make it easy to spend. The process is called “money laundering,” and we’ve laid out some of the best ways to do it below.
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