In the last year, a slew of bank fraudsters have gone on the run after being caught.
Now, the government is cracking down on the crime, which has seen banks and other financial institutions shut down, get robbed and even disappear.
In November, the US Department of the Treasury launched a “Stop Fraud Act” that aims to bring down fraudulent activity that threatens to steal from taxpayers.
The law is the latest step by the federal government in trying to take on the growing fraud problem and the banks have been caught out, particularly by the recent closure of two of their main branches.
Bank fraud is a growing concern for the US government.
The number of fraudsters has increased dramatically in recent years, according to the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, with a total of nearly 1.7 million financial crimes reported in 2016.
In November, a US bank and two other financial organizations were hit by a massive fraud scheme targeting US taxpayers that targeted people across the country, and resulted in the closure of nearly 800 branch offices.
Despite the efforts of the government, there are still many who are still able to make money by scamming people and getting their money back.
“We’ve been very successful with this,” said Andrew Krosnick, director of the Office of Financial Crimes Enforcement.
“But there are a lot of people out there who are going to continue to take advantage of this, and it’s important for us to make sure that we do everything we can to stop this from happening.”
There are two types of bank accounts that can be targeted by bank fraud.
A person can have one of these accounts, known as a cash account, in which they deposit money into a bank account and withdraw money out.
Cash accounts can be used to deposit money and withdraw it at the same time, which is called a deposit.
An ATM can be a bank card that can make withdrawals from an ATM and deposit money.
For those that have no bank accounts, there is a debit card.
If someone is able to take over an account and make a deposit without the customer knowing, they can be charged interest.
But there is another type of bank account that can also be used as a vehicle for financial crime.
That’s the prepaid debit card, which can be deposited into a debit account.
According to the Federal Reserve, more than 1.3 million prepaid debit cards were used to pay for more than $2.9 billion in financial crimes in 2016, with the vast majority of these transactions happening with the cards used by criminals to get money back from their victims.
Some prepaid debit accounts can even be used for a wide range of fraudulent activities.
PayPal accounts can also often be used by fraudsters to get people to make a purchase without them paying.
One of the biggest scams, known simply as “the buy back,” involves using prepaid debit debit cards to pay someone to buy something online and then selling the item later at a later date.
Another scam, known collectively as the “cash back,” can be done with prepaid debit or credit cards to get a refund from a person who had an account with a bank.
There is a lot more fraud going on, but this is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are a number of other types of fraudulent activity as well, such as using prepaid cards to transfer money from one person to another and then paying someone to deposit the money into another person’s account, which will then get transferred back to the original account holder.
It is important for the financial industry to understand that fraud is happening, and that we should take action to stop it.
This is not the first time that we have seen the federal financial institutions close down, especially in the last few years.
In May of last year and in April of this year, several financial institutions in the United States were shut down by the US Government for fraud.
The closures of the US financial institutions were widely seen as a blow to the American financial industry and prompted many to say that the US has lost its competitive edge in the global financial sector.
At the same times, the banking industry has also seen a lot better times in the recent past.
When the US economy was booming, it was a big reason for the banking sector to grow.
In the early 2000s, the banks had a monopoly on credit cards and debit cards in the US.
Today, banks have taken back control of the financial system, with ATMs becoming more widely available.
What’s behind the rise of fraud?
It has been a long time coming, and the US banking industry was already suffering from the recession that hit the country in 2007.
Credit card companies and debit card companies have been in the spotlight recently, as well.
With a massive amount of fraud, the industry has been struggling to cope with the increasing amount of money being generated by consumers.
More than 70% of Americans have used a credit