launder


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  • verb

Synonyms for launder

wash

Synonyms

Synonyms for launder

convert illegally obtained funds into legal ones

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Launder was wearing a safety harness but had apparently detached the harness to move to a different location in the tree.
While such organisations may not be expected to use British racecourses and institutions to launder money, British racing has been seen as an area where criminal gangs could move around cash through the betting ring and similar areas.
A sizeable internet gaming industry also launders millions of dollars in illicit proceeds through Costa Rica and offshore centers annually.
This network moves illegal drugs from South America to Europe and the Middle East via West Africa and launders hundreds of millions of dollars monthly through accounts held at LCB, as well as through trade-based money laundering involving consumer goods throughout the world, including through used car dealerships in the United States.
Registered or not, entering into an arrangement to launder money is a serious criminal offence (far more serious than neglecting to register) and there is no de minimis limit.
The system is designed to make it comparably difficult to launder money in New York, London, Singapore, or the Cayman Islands.
Do not field launder or machine launder the stuff sack.
The intent of the Patriot Act and the desire of the Treasury Department is to protect the financial system from infiltration by those who would launder money to hide criminal actions or to finance terror," said Taylor Griffin, U.
Fraudsters use two methods to launder funds in a legitimate business.
The criminals used these accounts to launder millions of dollars to offshore banks, according to Tom O'Connell, an INS agent on the case.