8.12 There are numerous things that can make someone either know or suspect that they are dealing with the proceeds of crime. Some examples of how suspicions may be raised are listed below, although this is not an exhaustive list and there may well be other circumstances which raise suspicion.
8.13 It is important to note that, once knowledge or suspicion of criminal spend is linked to a customer in one area of the business (for example, table games), it is good practice to monitor the customer’s activity in other areas of the business (for example, gaming machine play).
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