In an attempt to combat money laundering, JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is banning anonymous cash deposits into accounts at branches.

Starting Feb. 1, Chase tellers will ask all customers making cash deposits into consumer accounts to provide identification and to be listed on the account to complete the transaction. For business accounts, branch visitors depositing cash will be asked to provide identification. The new policies will become mandatory on March 3.

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