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    The first government comment on currency smuggling through electronic payment cards

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    The first government comment on currency smuggling through electronic payment cards Empty The first government comment on currency smuggling through electronic payment cards

    Post by Rocky Sat 29 Apr 2023, 7:05 am

    The first government comment on currency smuggling through electronic payment cards
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Today, Saturday, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, the economic advisor in the Iraqi government, commented on the smuggling of dollars through the "electronic payment card." 
    Saleh told (Baghdad Today) that "after strict controls were put in place by the central bank and the government that prevented currency smuggling outside the country, some people worked to use electronic payment methods and provide travelers with prepaid or credit cards under the pretext of feeding the need of the beneficiary traveler for the currency." foreign countries, specifically for the purposes of tourism and travel," noting that "this matter was also revealed, and there is a strong follow-up to it."
    He pointed out that "there are those who work to smuggle currency by withdrawing money from ATMs in mostly foreign countries and using its liquidity that indicates the rights of others and for the benefit of one beneficiary or a group of beneficiaries from the elements of crime, including its later use in black transfers."
    The government advisor stated that "these actions contradict the laws of combating money laundering, crime and terrorism funds."
    Saleh emphasized that "anyone who works to smuggle currency through this method will expose himself to accountability and legal accountability, and there are many cases that have been detected and work is continuing to prevent any cases of currency smuggling in any way."
    Earlier, the Customs Authority revealed that it had thwarted attempts to smuggle more than $5 million using electronic payment cards.
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