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FinCEN report on identity fraud in 2021 outlines statistics and processes
On January 9, FinCEN published a report titled “Identity-Related Suspicious Activity: 2021 Threats and Trends” which focuses on patterns in reported Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) data linked to suspicious activity from 2021. The report is part of a broader set of financial trend analyses conducted by FinCEN under section 6206 of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020. During 2021, about 1.6 million of all BSA reports (or 42 percent) on suspicious activity were related to identity, equaling $212 billion in suspicious activity.