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Check​-​Fraud SAR: Report All Names on Checks?

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When filing a check​-​fraud SAR, do we have to report all names on the checks, if we are not sure if they are victims or possible suspects, ​i​n the subject information section?
Answer: 

The Subject of the SAR is the person (or persons) you think may be acting suspiciously. Other persons (victims, etc.) should not be identified as subjects, but can be identified in the narrative, since law enforcement could find it helpful to contact them.

First published on 11/12/2017

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