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#16 keuka

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 19:25

I have a feeling if it ever reaches that point, the thieves would know enough to take a break and spend their cash. And then after some period when the national alerts have cooled down, they would resume their activities. If the thieves were smart, they would not spend that money frivolously and invest intelligently so that they would be set for life, and not have to continue with these increasingly riskier nighttime ventures.


Don't banks keep track of the serial numbers of the bills put in their ATMs? They could track the serials to their so called investments and WAM! Caught red handed!


#17 B0mberman

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 19:45

Cheaters sometimes always prosper :shifty: :shifty:



#18 pes2013

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 20:05

Don't banks keep track of the serial numbers of the bills put in their ATMs? They could track the serials to their so called investments and WAM! Caught red handed!

If they are somewhat bright they would put it in a offshore account as soon as they got it.

#19 Digit12345

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 20:30

Don't banks keep track of the serial numbers of the bills put in their ATMs? They could track the serials to their so called investments and WAM! Caught red handed!

There are very sophisticated methods of money laundering. Traffickers, embezzlers, con artists, drug dealers etc. have been doing it for a long time.