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Smurfing is a money laundering activity which aims to disguise the illegal origins of large amounts of cash by making many smaller individual deposits into a legitimate financial institution.
- "Other instances [of money laundering] include structuring or 'smurfing' large amounts of cash into smaller deposits and then withdrawing them as legitimate funds."
- The Treasurer, August 2018, p36.