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Solely an Agent. A business that is an MSB solely because it serves as an agent of another MSB is not required to register. In other words, if you only sell money orders as an agent, you do not need to register.
The form, Registration of Money Services Business, FinCEN Form 107, must be completed and signed by the owner or controlling person and filed within 180 days after the date on which the MSB is established. Registration must be renewed every two years.
After an MSB completes its initial registration, the form to renew its registration must be filed by December 31 of the second calendar year preceding the 24-month renewal period and is accomplished by filing the Registration of Money Services Business Form, FinCEN Form 107.
After an MSB completes its initial registration, the form to renew its registration must be filed by December 31 of the second calendar year preceding the 24-month renewal period and is accomplished by filing the Registration of Money Services Business Form, FinCEN Form 107.
Certain money services businesses (MSBs) have been required to register with FinCEN since 1999, when the MSB regulations first went into effect. An entity acting as an MSB that fails to register as required is subject to civil money penalties and possible criminal prosecution.
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Money transmitters sell or issue methods of payment, or send and receive money by wire transfer. Licensed businesses must display license information at their location. Contact information must be displayed on receipts.
The form, Registration of Money Services Business, FinCEN Form 107, must be completed and signed by the owner or controlling person and filed within 180 days after the date on which the MSB is established. Registration must be renewed every two years.
The term "money services business" includes any person doing business, whether or not on a regular basis or as an organized business concern, in one or more of the following capacities: (1) Currency dealer or exchanger. (2) Check casher. (3) Issuer of traveler's checks, money orders or stored value.
An MSB is generally any person offering check cashing; foreign currency exchange services; or selling money orders, travelers' checks or pre-paid access (formerly stored value) products; for an amount greater than $1,000 per person, per day, in one or more transactions.
Notwithstanding the previous discussion, the term "money services business" does not include: A bank, as that term is defined in 31 CFR 1010.100(d) (formerly 31 CFR 103.11(c)), or. A person registered with, and regulated or examined by, the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

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