Imagine you get a job as an assistant bank manager after years of hard work and you need recognition from your boss to achieve a promising career. But one day in helping your boss complete a transaction, you smell something fishy. Your boss seems to be involved in money-laundering. Later, you find out his misdeeds are known to your friends in the bank, who choose to remain silent. What would you do? Would you tell someone who could help; keep your mouth shut as everybody does; or try to win your boss over by colluding with him? It is not easy to go against the tide. Yet, there is a price to pay for any crime. And any illegal act sooner or later will be exposed, no matter how well it is concealed. In some cases the ICAC uses undercover officers, posing as conspirators, to seek evidence to convict a suspect. If you are in the midst of illegal activities without reporting them, you could become a suspect too!