Major Banks Implicated in Money Laundering for the Criminal Elite, and OneCoin Crypto Ponzi

Major Banks Implicated in Money Laundering for the Criminal Elite, and OneCoin Crypto Ponzi

By Mozzie | Crypto Aficionado | 22 Sep 2020

Recently leaked FinCEN Files implicates multiple major banks of money laundering for Drug Cartels, Mobsters, and for the OneCoin Crypto Ponzi Scheme.

  • Citibank
  • Wells Fargo
  • Deustche Bank
  • Bank of America
  • HSBC Bank of USA
  • JPMorgan Chase Bank
  • The Bank of New York Mellon

The FinCEN Files is a cache of financial intelligence reports that reveals the role of global banks in industrial-scale money laundering.

The recent leak shows more than 2,100 suspicious activity reports filed by nearly 90 financial institutions to the United States’ Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, known as FinCEN. Which include information on more than $2 trillion in transactions dated from 1999-2017 that had been flagged by the banks as suspicious.



ICIJ is publishing this portion of the data in the public interest. While the transactions do not necessarily establish any criminal misconduct or other wrongdoing, the data offers an unprecedented overview of how money – flagged as suspicious, and in some cases linked to corruption, fraud, sanctions evasion or other crimes – flows around the globe via networks of correspondent banks.

Besides Bernie Madoff, not a single major bank CEO has been jailed to-date since, and the only reason why Madoff was burned was because he robbed the elite.

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