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    Default Can You Be Charged With Money Laundering for Helping a Friend Transfer Money

    A U.S. businessman, originally from China but now a U.S. citizen, has been asked by a friend to receive large sums of money from mainland China and then to transfer those funds to a bank in Hong Kong. He would not be paid, but he would be the named owner of the Chinese bank account. The amounts would be about $200K - $250K, over five installments. The goal is supposedly to avoid Chinese regulations relating to the maximum amount of U.S. funds that may be held by a Chinese citizen.

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