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Form 109, Suspicious Activity Report by Money Services Business

Suspicious Activity Reports must be filed, under certain circumstances, by money transmitters; currency dealers and exchangers; and issuers, and sellers and redeemers of money orders and/or traveler's checks that are subject to the requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act.

In general, a report is required if one of the entities listed has reason to knows, suspects, or has reason to suspect, that a transaction involves more than $2,000, and meets any of the following criteria.

  • involves funds derived from illegal activities, or is designed to conceal the illegal nature of the source of the funds
  • is designed to violate any rules under the Bank Secrecy Act
  • has no business or apparent lawful purpose and the money services business knows of no reasonable explanation for the transaction
  • involves the use of the money services business to facilitate criminal activity

This Currency Transaction Report should not be filed for suspicious transactions involving $10,000 or less in currency or to note that a transaction of more than $10,000 is suspicious.

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Form 109, Suspicious Activity Report by Money Services Business

More information:
Money Laundering