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Human Trafficking

While a large majority of trafficking occurs outside of North America, the United States not only faces an influx of international victims, but also has its own homegrown problem that occurs here within our borders. And financial institutions are in a unique position to serve as a line of defense against these terrible crimes.

This infographic breaks out the two main types of human trafficking, along with the victims involved, so you’re better positioned to identify red flags at your institution.

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