As I answered in the other question, your research is wrong. The UIGEA does not say what you think it says, and it does not address the underlying issues of state law that will apply in this instance. Asking this question multiple times will not change the answer.
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I agree with the other attorney here. It would be very imprudent for you to conclude this.
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