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Guide to Money Laundering How to Hide Identity, Stolen assets evade taxes fund terrorism

Guide to Money Laundering How to Hide Identity, Stolen assets evade taxes fund terrorism

Below are the step-by-step instructions on how to use companies to
hide your identity hide stolen assets fund terrorism and evade taxes

It is easy to launder money these days.
All you need do is disguise your identity behind a company, then open a
bank account in the company’s name rather than your own.
Here is how to do it:

Step 1 –
Register your company in a place that keeps the names of the people who own it and run it secret.
There are lots of countries to choose from, ranging from places known for their secrecy like Switzerland and tropical islands like the British Virgin Islands and the Maldives, to places you’d be less likely to think of,
such as the Netherlands.
To be extra safe, start a handful of companies with each one owning
the previous one, and with the companies being based in as many different countries as possible.
You now have a long, complex, and secretive chain of ownership, distancing yourself from all your ill-gotten loot

Step 2 –
Make sure you look legit by having some of your companies in above-board
sounding places.
If you are concerned, that it will not look too good having a company
registered in some sunny Caribbean island secrecy jurisdiction,
do not worry!

There are two easy ways round this:
•Start a company in the US state of Delaware: an American
company sounds like it ought to be squeaky clean, but in fact, Delaware does not publish any information on who is behind its companies, nor does it collect any in the first place. This means that even the police find it difficult to find out who owns Delaware companies.

•Or, you could go to another less dodgy-sounding place, like the UK. The UK tells
everyone who owns British companies, but that is OK because it is very easy to get round this. Just make the owner of your UK company another company registered somewhere else, where they are not so open with this information.

Your ownership of a Dutch company will be kept secret as long as you own less than 100% of the company:
do this by getting another company to own 1%.

Step 3 –
Give yourself some extra protection  by finding some other people to be the
owners and directors of your company.
To really make sure your name isn’t associated with your dodgy company, find some other people to be listed as its owners and directors. It’ll still be you who actually owns and runs the company; these ‘nominees’ will only appear to be in charge. And what’s more, if anyone does ever come snooping around, they won’t be able to tell from the official records that these people aren’t the true owners and managers. It’s easy to find
people to do this job – there are thousands of companies who specialize in providing people for this exact purpose. And it’s legal too

Step 4 –
Open your company direct with the corporate registry – they don’t do any checks on you!
There are two ways of starting a company:
going direct to the corporate registry yourself (every country has one of these), or employing another company, called a ‘company service provider’ to go to the registry for you.
If you do the paperwork yourself, there won’t be any questions asked
about who you are: the registry will just take whatever you say on trust.
Alternatively, if you don’t want to do the paperwork yourself, there are thousands of company service providers that can do it for you. They’re meant to get some proof of who owns and directs the companies they’re
forming, but in fact 40% of them don’t bother doing this, and if you offer them a bit of extra money, they’re even more willing to ‘forget’ to find out who you are.† Plus, if you use a company service provider in the UK, then
they aren’t even required to carry out any checks on you, as long as you only use them to set up your companies and nothing else.

Step 5 –
Finally, open a bank account in the name of your new company
and get spending!
Banks in places such as Latvia ask very few questions. And once you’ve got
your money into a Latvian bank, you can move it anywhere you like within
the EU without any checks being carried out at all. Now you can get that
mansion, private jet, or diamond jewellery that you’ve been hankering after.

Now you are done  do illegal work and enjoy your black money.

As very few people are interested to arrest and send rich people to jail.

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Bikramjit July 23, 2012  

I wish i had money that i needed to do this all, Let me get there then surly will take all this advice


MEcoy July 23, 2012  

haha thats cool

AguiLeon July 24, 2012  

im going to step 3

Kirtivasan July 25, 2012  

Very informative.
And in India no police will contact Interpol or anyone for details. And in some cases Indian court orders, police say they send a letter.

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