Money machines are nothing new.
In the US, they are often used for checking money at banks, as well as making payments for purchases at gas stations and restaurants.
But in Kenya, they’re also used for the dark arts of money laundering.
In Kenya, the nation with the world’s second-largest cash economy, they have long been used as a money-laundering machine, but recently, there have been reports of people being robbed by criminals using them to withdraw cash, and even murder people with them.
The problem is that they’re used in a wide variety of ways, according to an ABC News investigation.
From the most basic of transactions, the machines can be used to withdraw money for legitimate purposes, like buying groceries, paying bills, paying for taxes, and paying a loan, according the ABC.
But the machines have also been used to move cash for illegal purposes, according a report by the Central Bank of Kenya, which oversees the country’s banking sector.
The bank told ABC News that money-machines like these have been used in crimes ranging from carjackings to murder, and were used to carry out burglaries.
The most common crimes that have been committed with these machines are drug trafficking, money laundering, and money laundering of stolen property.
The machines, however, have also come under fire for other crimes.
The Central Bank said it was concerned about people being hurt or killed while using money-machine machines.
A lot of times they’re not used for legitimate reasons, the bank said, adding that criminals could use them for money laundering purposes.
“The main problem is, they can’t be trusted,” the bank added.
“They can’t provide them with the security that they need.
We have to ensure that these machines don’t fall into criminals’ hands.”ABC News’ Naima Rambukkana contributed to this report.