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(CNBC)   It's looking more and more like a New Jersey deli worth $100 million is owned by someone named T. Soprano   (cnbc.com) divider line
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1169 clicks; posted to Business » on 22 Apr 2021 at 6:05 AM (3 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-04-22 6:17:23 AM  
And that is why I stay away from the pink sheets.
 
2021-04-22 6:26:59 AM  
Don't be so dramatic subby, there's a reasonable explination for this. You see, what happ
 
2021-04-22 6:27:36 AM  
That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.
 
2021-04-22 6:32:01 AM  

ongbok: That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.


Rumor has it that the local IBM own most of the coin operated businesses. Especially the self-serve car washes.


\IBM = Italian Business Men
 
2021-04-22 6:33:13 AM  

ongbok: That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.


But i thought banksters were the good guys and cryptocurrency the bad guys??

On Fark and in the big business owned news anyway.
 
2021-04-22 6:34:05 AM  

sprgrss: And that is why I stay away from the pink sheets.


And Banks
 
2021-04-22 6:39:43 AM  

The_Philosopher_King: ongbok: That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.

Rumor has it that the local IBM own most of the coin operated businesses. Especially the self-serve car washes.


\IBM = Italian Business Men


Years ago I remember a story about how a small time business magazine did a profile on this lady that had a string of salons that was worth millions.  One of those stories about how she took one and turned it into a cash making juggernaut. Then the story was picked up by larger publications and got to the point that it caught the attention of some in law enforcement. It seemed that most of her salons were in places that you wouldn't expect salon customers to go, and most seemed to never be opened. Well it turns out that she had been laundering money for somebody.

Moral of the story, if you are going to open up businesses to launder money, be quiet about it, and don't make it painfully obvious that the businesses are fronts
 
2021-04-22 6:42:31 AM  
This whole time, I thought these stories were about a Jersey Mike's IPO.
 
2021-04-22 7:02:08 AM  

ongbok: Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.


My local mom and pop shop was far away and you had to climb up a cliff to get there.  It was an inconvenient store.
 
2021-04-22 7:03:37 AM  
Jokes on you, Smitty. These guys have gotten grandfathered in on rent, and they have a parking lot. In the city. THAT is gold, Jerry! GOLD!
 
2021-04-22 7:11:20 AM  
It's a money laundering operation that helps people get money out of China and unfortunately has become swept up in muppet retail mania.  It will likely double in "value" by the end of next week.
 
2021-04-22 7:20:28 AM  
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Another subsidiary of E-Waste
 
2021-04-22 7:27:47 AM  
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"We own 400000 shares proprietary at 60 cents.  Trade on bulletin board, OTC.  If we cold call enough senior citizens, pump and dump..."
 
2021-04-22 8:06:03 AM  

ongbok: That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.


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Cash businesses are an excellent way to launder money.
 
2021-04-22 8:10:00 AM  

Kraftwerk Orange: ongbok: That is a horrible way to launder money. Everybody knows that you do it using a string of laundromats. Or candy stores or mom and pop convenient stores.

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Cash businesses are an excellent way to launder money.


or mattress stores

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2021-04-22 8:10:11 AM  
If CNBC can dig up all of this information, where are the Feds?
 
2021-04-22 9:02:19 AM  
I am going to enjoy reading how the money is really moving around.  I want to know how the money gets out.
 
2021-04-22 9:35:39 AM  
When this business was featured in an article about overvaluation all their buttholes must have immediately puckered
 
2021-04-22 9:55:12 AM  

runwiz: If CNBC can dig up all of this information, where are the Feds?


Looking for Proud Boys on social media.
 
2021-04-22 10:12:21 AM  
Guys, I got this...

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2021-04-22 1:32:36 PM  

runwiz: If CNBC can dig up all of this information, where are the Feds?


Because there aren't any blatantly obvious crimes here, just things that make you say "Huh?" and "What?" and "Ummmm".
 
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