The easiest way to get rid of your bank accounts is to clear them all, according to a new study.
The Clean Bandit program is designed to eliminate the potential for fraud by clearing out your bank’s cash, which is then transferred to a bank that will deposit it in your account, according the study from the National Association of Banking Supervisors.
Clean Bandit works by collecting cash from people, businesses and financial institutions and sending it to the bank.
The bank then deposits the cash into your bank account.
The funds are then cleared and the bank sends your account balance back to the original bank.
The program is not new.
The Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 prohibits people from using bank accounts to launder money.
However, banks have generally maintained that the program is voluntary and that they are only required to report suspicious activity.
The program was introduced to the program in the 1980s, and it was later expanded to include other types of accounts.
The programs was a success, and in recent years, it has seen more than $3.6 billion in cash cleared from the banks.
However a 2016 report by the U.S. Federal Reserve said the program could be ineffective because it does not target financial institutions or businesses.
Clean Bandits latest addition is a separate, more comprehensive program that allows banks to clear their accounts of the following items: cash, checks, credit cards, debit cards, traveler checks, and money market accounts.
Bank of America is one of the banks participating in the Clean Banditar program, and its chief executive officer, John Bogle, is credited with starting the program.
Bogle said that while he doesn’t think banks should have to follow the Clean Bids guidelines, he hopes they will.
Bogle has said in the past that the Clean Betting rules are unfair to some of the large banks and credit unions that participate in the program, including the National Bank of Boston.
He added that his goal is to eliminate any kind of fraud that could be associated with the program and to encourage people to make better investments.