Suspicious transaction carried out by lawyers, notaries, and accountants are no longer only subject to the control of the National Office for Prevention and Combating Money Laundering (ONPCSB), but can as well result in fines starting from 25,000 lei. In the bid to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, certain business sectors are subject under ONPCSB for checks and is entitled to request for any data and information whenever any irregularity is suspected. During the investigation, it will be of interest to know if a transaction exceeding 10,000 euros is involved, and if the entity involved has fulfilled legal requirements. When this situation occurs and the concerned entities are found to have some irregularities, the ONPCSB office can impose fines between 25,000 lei and 150,000 lei for an individual, and an additional 10% of total revenue if a company is involved. The Office also has the authority to order the confiscation of some goods, suspension of activities, and withdrawal of license.