# Common GoodRisks@cashIn

### Risks

 cashIn  A member trades cash for a company's Common Good credit.

Suspicious Activity Risk Scores (flags) are calculated based on a weight divisor assigned to each type of risk. That divisor (shown in square brackets for each item below) is an assessment of how many same-sized risks would together make an account or transaction suspicious -- a higher divisor means less risk. Risk factors with a negative divisor (shown in green) are mitigating.

Risk scores are then proportional to the sum of the inverses of those weight divisors - a higher score means more risk. For transactions, the score is further multiplied by the transaction amount and divided by the "unusually large" threshold, set VERY conservatively to \$200. All risk scores are finally multiplied by 100 and rounded to the nearest integer. So 100 is the minimum "suspicious" score.

For example, a \$300 transaction with two risk factors having weight divisors of 3 and 5 respectively, would be scored as FLOOR ( (⅓ + ⅕) * (300 / 200) * 100 ) = 80 (asterisk here means multiply, slash means divide).