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post #31 of 63
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Originally Posted by The Jesus
Let me tell you something, pendejo. You pull any of your crazy shit with us, you flash a piece out on the lanes, I'll take it away from you, stick it up your ass and pull the fucking trigger till it goes "click."

post #32 of 63
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
What could you buy though? There is so much anti-money laundering legislation now, I doubt you could walk into any exotic car dealer, jewelry shop, etc. and throw down a few hundred grand in cash and buy anything.

Nothing under 10,000 in cash gets reported to IRS or FBI.
post #33 of 63
Damn, I want a gold-plated Versace 1911...
post #34 of 63
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Originally Posted by Pezzaturra View Post
Nothing under 10,000 in cash gets reported to IRS or FBI.

That was lowered recently.
post #35 of 63
So basically the Kennedys of South America. Rum runner, drug runner, so hard to tell the difference.
post #36 of 63
Where is the other half of that money
post #37 of 63
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Originally Posted by Pezzaturra View Post
Nothing under 10,000 in cash gets reported to IRS or FBI.

I believe anything suspicious gets reported nowadays.
post #38 of 63
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
What could you buy though? There is so much anti-money laundering legislation now, I doubt you could walk into any exotic car dealer, jewelry shop, etc. and throw down a few hundred grand in cash and buy anything.

I doubt that Kiton and any other bespoke suitmaker would complain
post #39 of 63
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post
I believe anything suspicious gets reported nowadays.

10000 is the trigger for wire-transfers to be reported. It goes into a big central database but doesn't necessarily trigger any alarms in and of itself. i think the cash limit is down to like 3k in the US. I don't live in the US but I know that I had trouble in canada depositing 3k cash into my grandmother's account. I had to go through a whole bunch of bs to do it. I think it was bank policy though, and not law, though it was probably influenced by legal requirements to "know your customer."
post #40 of 63
Just move to China. When I was getting some money exchanged at the bank there, I saw a middle-aged woman with two burlap sacks full of cash.
post #41 of 63
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Originally Posted by Earnest Hemingway View Post
Damn, I want a gold-plated Versace 1911...

Next best thing is to get some silver or gold Jesus Malverde 1911 grips off of ebay.
post #42 of 63
The silverplate 1911 would be a nice trophy. The others go as a set, to the kitschmuseum. That grotto pool looks nasty and in need of a good cleaning and shock. And big cats? They stink and generally remind me of Uday Hussein who used his lions to devour people who displeased him, events videotaped for his later enjoyment.

All that cash. It sort of rots when stuffed away like that. It goes to show that ruthlessness and sophistication aren't necessarily fellow-travelers.
post #43 of 63
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Ghetto fab.

Mo' money, mo' problems.
post #44 of 63
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
10000 is the trigger for wire-transfers to be reported. It goes into a big central database but doesn't necessarily trigger any alarms in and of itself. i think the cash limit is down to like 3k in the US. I don't live in the US but I know that I had trouble in canada depositing 3k cash into my grandmother's account. I had to go through a whole bunch of bs to do it. I think it was bank policy though, and not law, though it was probably influenced by legal requirements to "know your customer."

That's what ATM machines are for....
post #45 of 63
wouldn't be suprised if our government had a hand in this.
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