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Will cyberlaundering phase out legacy money laundering?

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Will cyberlaundering phase out legacy money laundering?

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Most likely, observe the changes that have been made in the last 5 years with the banking industry. It is very unusual (at least in my case), to actually enter a bank to make a deposit or to make a withdrawl. It is a lot easier for me to just go to an ATM, pay my bills online, or make transfers by using an intelligent transfer client (usually provided by your bank, allowing you to transfer monies between native customer accounts). I believe that this is the natural evolution of laundering as well, however the age old legacy techniques will always play a strong role due to their primitive nature, often times it actually makes them quite effective if a campaign is willing to relinuisgh the benefits that are gained through cyberlaundering.

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