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Old 13 December 2018, 15:20
Steve83 Steve83 is offline
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Originally Posted by doitforjonny View Post
It puts the pressure on the financial institutions and facilitators, not the employers, who already have onerous regulation in place for US Citizens.

They have the processes already build, whereas your employers do not.

I agree, in a perfect world, it should just be 'fixed'. But the reality is that in our current environment that will never happen.

What could happen is more financial regulation.
You could likely get large banks, Walmart and Western unions to comply with this but it seems every month another go-around for monetary transfers across borders are being created outside the financial industry.

A crypto, paypal or other would ostensibly put this in the hands of silicon valley. We know where they stand on this issue.
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.

-Michael Malice

Last edited by Steve83; 13 December 2018 at 15:25.