Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Friday, March 1, 2019


American officials are about to revoke the US visas of the most senior officials in Venezuela's Maduro regime, and their families, after Venezuelan military and police blocked the entry of American-sponsored humanitarian aid at the borders with Colombia and Brazil. The visa actions are designed to expel the families of key senior Maduro-aligned government officials, who are living comfortably and safely in the US, while their countrymen inside Venezuela suffer in a failed experiment with Radical Socialism that leaves them without even the most basic necessities of life. The US now intends to deprive Maduro's criminal cohorts of the comforts of life in American cities.

If you are a compliance officer at an American financial institution, and you are banking wealthy Venezuelan clients, watch for any hurried wire transfers abroad, or account closures this coming week, or in the near future, you will want to take a hard look at your client, before you execute that overseas wire transfer. Is your client a Politically Exposed Person (PEP) who failed to advise you of that little detail at account opening ? Has your client moved a lot of money through his or her account since it was opened ?  What is their declared Source of Funds ?

It is humbly suggested that, should you have any urgent requests for money movement from a Venezuelan bank client that you understand is a businessman, and not a PEP, perform a social media and social networking resource search for your client, using a facial recognition software system.You may find that your client is not whom he or she appears to be.


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