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FAQ:

Q: Why is money laundering so bad?

A: Money Laundering is bad and illegal because the intent is fundamentally bad. Its intention is to make money from illegal activities (drugs, illegal gambling, prostitution, smuggling, money form corruption, fraud) to look as if it rose from a legitimate transaction by legitimate parties.

Q: What are the causes of money laundering?

A: Causes of Money Laundering. Criminal gangs do money laundering because they wish to remain anonymous from the public and not arouse suspicion of law enforcement officers over the source of their wealth. Another cause for money laundering is the need by criminals to evade paying taxes to government.

Q: What are some well-known examples of money laundering?

A: Money Laundering Vectors and Strategies Casinos and Gambling Venues. Gambling is an effective way to clean illicit funds. … Cash Smuggling. The proverbial suitcase stuffed with cash is one of the oldest money laundering vectors around. … Life Insurance Policies. … Securities. … Real Estate. … Currency Exchange Bureaus. …

Q: Is money laundering a felony?

A: Money laundering is a California wobbler crime, meaning it can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the facts and circumstances of the case and the defendant’s criminal record. Money laundering can be charged under two laws.