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FinCEN Warns Banks to Watch for Signs of Identity Theft-Related Tax Fraud
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, one of the Treasury Departments lead agencies in the battle against money laundering and other crimes, has issued an advisory to financial institutions warning them to beware of tax refund fraud and identity theft, and to report such activity by filing Suspicious Activity Reports.
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