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Intermex complies with all federal and state regulations that govern the money transmitter industry. The company is also actively involved in the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing by maintaining a fully functional Regulatory and Anti-money Laundering Compliance Program.
Intermex is in full compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act, The US Patriot Act of 2001 and the United States Code Title 18 Money Laundering Laws. Intermex has developed a regulatory Compliance department, under the direction of an experienced Compliance Officer. The foremost responsibility of the department is to enforce Intermex’s policy and procedures which include the monitoring of transactions, the detection and reporting of suspicious activity, filing and retaining financial records, and the training of employees and agents.
As a non-bank financial institution, Intermex is regulated by the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, FinCen, the Department of Banking and Finance of the State of Florida and additionally by the various regulatory institutions of those states where Intermex holds an operating license.
Intermex is duly registered as a Money Service Business (MSB) with The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the financial intelligence unit of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Intermex Wire Transfer, LLC (FT5621/ CS0110/ NMLS#897906) is authorized to engage in the business of a foreign transmittal agency and check seller under the Massachusetts General Laws chapter 169 and chapter 167F, respectively.
Intermex Wire Transfer, LLC (18921/ NMLS#897906) is licensed and regulated by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance.
Intermex Wire Transfer II, LLC (MT101943) is licensed and regulated by the New York Department of Financial Services.