Southwest Group, LLC (“SWG”) is registered at the federal level with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”), as a money services business (“MSB”) and is based in Florida.
SWG is subject to comprehensive regulation by FinCEN and the various state regulators in whose jurisdictions we are regulated.
SWG acknowledges the importance of all relevant laws, rules, regulations, policies and standards – whether internal or external – and complies with them. We are committed to strict management discipline and a first-class control and compliance environment. As a regulated entity, SWG is required to meet strict financial standards. We are also required to routinely submit financial reports to our regulators. These standards and others are rigorously enforced by FinCEN and the
various state regulators, which have the right to fine firms and/or terminate their regulatory status for violations. In this effort, SWG has implemented a comprehensive compliance program to handle money laundering concerns and adhere to OFAC regulations.
Money laundering is the process by which persons or businesses attempt to conceal the origin and ownership of the proceeds of illegal activity such as fraud, theft, drug trafficking, or any other crime. Money laundering may also involve the use of legitimately derived funds to finance terrorism. Various financial products and transactions, including those related to the foreign exchange market, may be involved in money laundering schemes. Accordingly, we are aggressive in not allowing SWG to be used as a vehicle for such activity. Money laundering is a criminal offense and can subject its perpetrators and/or facilitators to substantial criminal and civil sanctions, including imprisonment and fines. To ensure compliance with anti-money laundering laws and regulations, SWG has implemented policies and procedures to detect, prevent and report money laundering or other suspicious activity.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control administers and enforces economic sanctions programs primarily against countries and groups of individuals, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers. The sanctions can be either comprehensive or selective, using the blocking of assets and trade restrictions to accomplish foreign policy and national security goals. SWG conducts electronic screening of customer transactions through U.S. government and other sanctioned party lists.
Currency Liquidator is legally required to verify a customers identity on any transaction that exceeds $1,000 in either the purchase or sale of any currency offered on our website.
We verify a customers identity by collecting a government issued photo ID such as a drivers license or passport, the customers social security number and documents that help us confirm the customers home or business address.
Currency Liquidator uses multiple tools and data sources to verify the information we collect is legitimate and belongs to the individual submitting it.
In the event we are either unable or the customer refuses to verify their identity we will cancel the customers order.
For more details related to our customer verification process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 866-904-5535