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In Response To:
Thread Starter: #Just Jay
Title: Re: Employee Banking

^^^exactly.

I am a BSA guy, and this:

For instance, if a bank employee withdraws $300 in cash once a month, we wouldn't even notice. But if a bank employee visits an ATM once a week, we would notice. We would have internal discussions about it: is so-and-so a gambler? Why all the cash withdrawals? Does he ever deposit any cash, any at all? Why? Does he pay any bills through this account? Why aren't there any "normal" transactions here? Who lives on cash? What doesn't he want his bank to see? What is he buying that he would want to only use cash? etc. It's a very short walk from "This employee's activity is weird" to "We have to file a SAR."

Being an employee lowers the SAR threshold to zero, and raises the interest in cash usage considerably.


...is a poor understanding and application of one's BSA responsibility.

All the more reason to do the majority of your personal banking anywhere but where you work.