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#2032587 - 08/10/15 02:10 PM What is a 'gaming instrument'?
Daisy Doodle Offline
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Could this be used to described the fraudulent checks from lotteries, contests, etc.? Or is it something more specific to gaming, such as vouchers or chips or something?

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#2032603 - 08/10/15 02:40 PM Re: What is a 'gaming instrument'? Daisy Doodle
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What's the context?
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#2032604 - 08/10/15 02:47 PM Re: What is a 'gaming instrument'? Daisy Doodle
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Sorry. It's on the SAR. Field 40.

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#2032659 - 08/10/15 05:21 PM Re: What is a 'gaming instrument'? Daisy Doodle
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Remember that the FinCEN SAR combined reports filed by financial institutions, MSBs and casinos. A gaming instrument could be a casino chip or prepaid card used to store gambling proceeds. Your SARs for advance fee scams most likely involve a cashiers check, money order or business check.
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