posted on Mar, 15 2008 @ 11:16 PM
Your writing style is very hard for me to follow, so if I'm answering questions you aren't asking, I apologize in advance.
Yes, there is a "Large Cash Transaction" threshold. If you make a cash transaction (deposit of cash, or withdrawal to a negotiable instrument of
some sort), of $10,000.00 or more, the bank is legally required to post the transaction in a log, which is available on request to Federal examiners.
Most bank end-of-day processing software also generates a "Large Items Report" in print form, electronic form, or both.
The whole mess was part of the 'war on drugs', oddly enough. The idea was that even if a dealer worked only in cash (leaving no paper trail), he'd
eventually have to deposit the money somewhere, or he'd have to spend it in lump sums, which would then show up. I"m not sure how effective the
system is as a deterrent to drug dealers, but it's certainly effective at busting state governors.