Recently announced Gold Globe nominee "Ozark" joins the ranks of "Breaking Bad," "The Big Short," "The Wolf of Wall Street," and many more crime TV and movies showing us that money-making can be a dirty business. The negative impacts on society as a whole are well documented. Increased crime drives up the cost of government due to the need for increased law enforcement. In socio-economic terms, money laundering transfers economic power from the market to criminals, and in extreme cases, can lead to a virtual take-over of legitimate government. In other words, the criminals gain such a foothold they influence, directly or indirectly, the political workings of the country. While on a large scale we all know money laundering is really bad, explaining to members why the credit union employs fraud detection and anti-money laundering tools may require some education on how AML impacts the every day, average credit union member.