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March 24, 2014, 12:23:25 PM
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We should all appreciate that Bitstamp will incur no legal obligations stemming from forum posts that they may or may not be reading.

As others have noted, they will have a designated AML officer, email and registered letter is the way to go. Even a support request.

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March 24, 2014, 01:01:48 PM
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We should all appreciate that Bitstamp will incur no legal obligations stemming from forum posts that they may or may not be reading.

As others have noted, they will have a designated AML officer, email and registered letter is the way to go. Even a support request.
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Seem that many still confuse money transmitter licence what US require and what lead to money seize from mtgox located in US.
Bitstamp does not operate or have any bank account in US.
Each country has at own their financial regulation and in fact depend on laws in their country (UK). At present time I thnk ( not sure) that they can operate without mandatory registration to Uk financial institution.
However, that does not mean that anyone with evidence can not write official report/complaint to bitstamp or law enforcemant in UK in which response and further action would depend on presented evidence.
Forum are not a place for such things.
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March 24, 2014, 01:32:05 PM
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Seem that many still confuse money transmitter licence what US require and what lead to money seize from mtgox located in US.
Bitstamp does not operate or have any bank account in US.
Each country has at own their financial regulation and in fact depend on laws in their country (UK). At present time I thnk ( not sure) that they can operate without mandatory registration to Uk financial institution.
However, that does not mean that anyone with evidence can not write official report/complaint to bitstamp or law enforcemant in UK in which response and further action would depend on presented evidence.
Forum are not a place for such things.

There currently exists no mechanism for Bitstamp to be regulated in the UK. AFAIK, they have repeatedly asked to be regulated, and been repeatedly turned down. But because they exist on the membrane between the fiat and the crypto worlds, they have to comply with pretty standard AML rules. Failure to take these rules seriously would result in their relationship with their Slovenian bank being terminated.


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March 24, 2014, 01:56:19 PM
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Seem that many still confuse money transmitter licence what US require and what lead to money seize from mtgox located in US.
Bitstamp does not operate or have any bank account in US.
Each country has at own their financial regulation and in fact depend on laws in their country (UK). At present time I thnk ( not sure) that they can operate without mandatory registration to Uk financial institution.
However, that does not mean that anyone with evidence can not write official report/complaint to bitstamp or law enforcemant in UK in which response and further action would depend on presented evidence.
Forum are not a place for such things.

There currently exists no mechanism for Bitstamp to be regulated in the UK. AFAIK, they have repeatedly asked to be regulated, and been repeatedly turned down. But because they exist on the membrane between the fiat and the crypto worlds, they have to comply with pretty standard AML rules. Failure to take these rules seriously would result in their relationship with their Slovenian bank being terminated.


I agree. Found what bitstamp need to do in regard of aml. As i am aware, they do it very strict.
Its good to read and to see why they must so many ''annoying question''. Interesing that each kind of money business ( exchange, bank, casino) has separate aml regulation and what happens when exchange as a whole is a bank client.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/mlr/your-role/resposibilities.htm
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