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Old 22.12.2020, 20:11
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Re: CS criminally prosecuted

Personal anecdote about money laundering EU brilliant laws. I won a wristwatch from Milan auction house last week. Instead of invoice the girl from the house sent me a Money Laundering and Terrorism financing form. Form is very detailed and long and basically disregards EU privacy laws in more ways than one.
I wonder if buying a watch for a few thousands qualifies as money laundering? Afterall my first and last name are not Middle Eastern and I buy and ship within EU. Also, how would it be possible to finance terrorism if I am giving the potential terrorism funds to the auction house? Will I be able to sponsor terrorism with a vintage wristwatch? Can it be used to make a bomb?
EU law enforcement is a f-n joke.
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