This policy is to establish guidelines for DIGIPAY Ltd (“Company”) ‘Anti-Money Laundering’ and ‘Know Your Client’ (“KYC”) procedures for new and existing clients.
All of monetary transactions, to the best knowledge of the Company shall be free from any form of money laundering and terrorist activities. The Company operates with integrity and is committed to implementing the measures established. The Client’s failure to comply with the regulations set by the Company would mean termination of the account. If the Client is proven of committing money laundering, he is responsible for any damage or loss which may occur, and the Company is excluded from his fraudulent actions.
In an effort to counter money laundering and other illegal activity, we have decided not to support any cash transactions, regardless of their stated purpose. Our firm has the right to cancel or deny a transaction at any point if there are suspicions regarding its legality.
It is the Company’s AML Policy to apply to all clients the below mentioned general measures:
The Company’s KYC and due diligence procedures are applied by the Company’s Back Office when accepting clients to open exchange accounts.
Restricted Business and Jurisdictions
Our Company does not provide services to clients that their activities are associated with any high risk or banned activities. Furthermore, the Company does not accept clients from high risk countries, including but not limited to the following countries:
Furthermore, the Company does not accept clients from high-risk countries as per the guidelines of FATF http://www.fatf-gafi.org/countries/ which is updated accordingly.
The KYC procedure is a requirement in order to comply with the International law provisions, including the ones designed to prevent money laundering. The following should be followed unless an amendment is sent from the Compliance Department stating otherwise.
When a client applies to open an account with us it is the Company’s duty to ensure that along with the application the following documents are received:
Natural Persons – (this also applies to natural persons involved in a legal entity such as Directors, Shareholders or authorized persons)
1. Proof of Identity (POI)
Is any document which may be used to prove a person's identity. It should be valid. For European citizens, an Identification card is sufficient. For all other’s it should be a passport. In the absence of the passport, the identification with a driving license will be accepted instead.
2. Proof of Residence (POR)
3. Proof of Bank Account Ownership
If a new client wishes to exchange Cryptocurrency to FIAT, he must also provide proof of ownership of account. Such document is a bank statement where the name and the address match the company’s records
When a legal entity wishes to open an account with DIGIPAY Ltd the below must be collected:
Depending on the amount the client wishes to exchange, the Company has formed Tiers where the required documentation differ. These Tiers are:
Assessment of client documents will be made on an annual basis. All client’s documents and record transactions will be kept safely and back-up for a minimum five (5) year period.
When transferring money for purchasing digital currency, the sender’s name and the information held on file, should match.
Money transfers from another party other than the account holder is strictly prohibited.
Furthermore, we will refuse any third-party transfers towards one of our Clients.
In case there is any discrepancy on a transaction, we reserve the right to automatically cancel or suspend the transaction. Further to this, third parties are forbidden to conduct the transaction in replace of the Client.
DIGIPAY Ltd has the right to refuse any client without giving reason.
These guidelines have been implemented to protect DIGIPAY Ltd and its clients.