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This is used on the page: $AUD1000. What denomination is that? Since it discusses activities of the US, shouldn't it use US dollars? -Frecklefoot—Preceding undated comment added 17:51, 5 February 2003
I just removed that, and added US currency notation. I think that this could end up being the most useful information on the wikipedia. --DropDeadGorgias—Preceding undated comment added 20:08, 6 March 2003
suggest to separate global players like IMF, World Bank, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the world anti-money laundering body and the likes into a separate section. they all use this "insider acronym" that wikipedia hasnt indexed yet: AML/CFT, which automatically connects money laundring with terror financing, as if they were siamese twins
So this page was featured in season 3 episode 12 of the Emmy winning (16 wins) TV series Breaking Bad... So is there a way to give the page a banner, or something...? Yeah, I guess that's not really "encyclopedia behavior", but this is not "any encyclopedia"... Even just a little italic sentence saying "This page was featured on the hit Emmy-winning series Breaking Bad"UsernameTBD (talk) 01:33, 7 January 2015 (UTC)
Those mentions go on the talk page, not the main article page. There was a template in the heading at the top here, but it wasn't working right. I think it's fixed now. 2600:1006:B110:34CE:B945:D20A:9451:85D (talk) 02:21, 7 January 2015 (UTC)
Why were the examples removed from the "Method" section? These general examples contributed to the understanding of the topic. They were removed by an anonymous user, without any comment. Is there some wikipedia policy against including what would appear to be instructions for criminal activity? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 17:37, 1 February 2016 (UTC)