Suggestion for when you exchange your dinar:
Request 20 copies of a “clean and clear certificate” at the time of your exchange. This certificate states that the funds resulting from your exchange are clean and clear of all criminal activities.
The reason for having as many as 20 copies is that every time you open a new bank account or want to use a large amount of money for a transaction using funds resulting from your dinar exchange, you’ll want to include a “clean and clear certificate” with your paperwork to open the account, or to execute your transaction. At any time you may be asked to prove where your funds came from and whether they are clear of criminal activity. These certificates prove that the bank certifies your funds are clean and clear.
The bank or party in question will want an original each time; therefore, you’ll want to have plenty of copies so you don’t run out of them–you can’t go back later and get them– they will only be issued at the time of the exchange.
The bank where you exchange may provide you with 3 copies and may therefore charge extra for any additional copies you request. If you are planning to exchange with a currency trader rather than a bank, ask in advance whether they will issue a “clean and clear certificate.” If not, you may want to choose another place to exchange.
I read about this a year ago and it is in my notes to ask for this.
It’s called the CCC document. Later when bank wires are sent at your request, the receiving bank needs to know whether the funds might be of criminal origin – from drug sales, or money laundering. Therefore the bank sending the wire may ask for your source of funds and the CCC. It lends some authority to the transaction that all is good.
But since anyone could copy them, you would have to get your banker where you are parking the source funds to not only provide 20 copies, but also SIGN THEM.