On Thu, 9 Sep 2010 11:02:44 -0400, Anonymous wrote:
> In a project to turn cash to bank deposits.
> Entity A has been paid with US currency but is located in a US hostile
> country. "C" is a US bank. "A" is supplied an web interface in his
> native language and a computer with a dedicatad satellite link. "B"
> is an intermediary located in the between "A" and "B". "A", "B" and
> "C" are anonymous. I worked for "B" in a team. The communication is
> one way from "A" through "B" to "C". "C" arranges for deposits to
> accounts of "A". This is not part of the standard bank network.
> Prior to the project, we were briefed as a team. No names were used.
> All were strangers. A central bank was introduced which was not part
> of the ANY banking system. They would guarantee the funds to "C" and
> collect the cash from "A".
Was this a private insurer, a gold vault, what do you mean by a
"central bank" unless you mean this term generically as it is used in
> The team was given instructions to meet at a locale. I was to install
> the sat dish and computer hardware. Others were programmers and had
> language backgrounds. After the install I left a CD at a drop. I was
> told it had a password or something to access the interface. I had a
> 2nd CD which had the decrypt key for "C". I dropped it. I monitired
> the data to see that it was received then forwarded by satellite.
Did you read the data on the CD?
> We remet with the central bank to review all that happened. I was
> reassigned to the central bank.
Is this considered a covert operation?