The $125 million payment is part of a comprehensive transaction that sheds light on allegations that moneyGram also violated a separate agreement with the Department of Justice in 2012. On November 9, 2012, a criminal complaint was filed in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, with two counts for which MoneyGram deliberately failed to maintain an effective AML program and to support and support fraud over the course of the thread. The government agreed to postpone the continuation of the information for five years, on the condition that MoneyGram correspond to the data protection authority. The amendment to the agreement today extends the duration of the CCA by 30 months. The Bank`s Integrity Division investigates and pursues complex criminal proceedings and several international criminal proceedings involving financial institutions. The Group`s lawsuits are focused on banks and other financial institutions, including their executives, executives and employees, whose actions threaten the integrity of the institution or financial system. After the Dpa, the state agreed to postpone the prosecution for five years, on the condition that Moneygram comply with a number of conditions for compliance with financial crime. MoneyGram is amending a law enforcement agreement again: in a November 8 MoneyGram press release, Alex Holmes, President and CEO of MoneyGram, said that "we have taken significant steps to improve our compliance program and have resolved many of the issues mentioned in the agreements." These reported milestones include investments of more than $100 million since 2012 in compliance technologies, officer monitoring and training programs; Implementing "new industry-leading consumer control standards," which have prevented approximately $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions; and the commitment of a "leading global consulting firm to support the company`s efforts to improve its compliance program." On Thursday, the DoJ said it would continue the DPA and extend it by 30 months, "after which the government would try to dismiss the charges if MoneyGram had complied with the agreement." However, the government found that MoneyGram had violated the agreement or postponed a law enforcement agreement (DPA). The transactions led the company to violate its 2012 agreement on deferred criminal prosecutions (DPAs). Today, following MoneyGram`s breach of the DPA, the government filed a motion to extend and amend all MoneyGram DPA conditions and improve MoneyGram`s compliance requirements in accordance with the DPA. In addition, MoneyGram has agreed to withhold US$125 million that the department wants to return to victims of fraud through the Department of Justice`s Victim Compensation Program.