What is Money Laundering?



Money laundering is commonly perceived as the process of taking illegally obtained funds and making them appear legitimate. While that is one facet, money laundering encompasses a broader scope. It involves utilizing the proceeds of any illicit activity in a financial transaction. For example, if a drug dealer uses the money to buy a car, this transaction can be deemed money laundering, though it may not always lead to charges.

Money laundering covers various financial transactions, as long as the funds used were obtained illegally. If you or someone you know is facing money laundering charges, please reach out to us right away.

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