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To identify and trace criminal activity, federal law enforcement relies on the mandatory filing of suspicious activity reports by financial institutions subject to the Bank Secrecy Act. Because of the importance of SARs to law enforcement efforts, regulators do not require — and indeed have no interest in requiring — that financial institutions refuse to maintain accounts for clients with higher risk profiles, such as certain money services businesses.

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