This document describes Goldway Global Markets Company’s (hereinafter – the Company) policy on anti-money laundering and its involvement in detecting and preventing any activity associated with money laundering, terrorist financing, and the use of the Company’s products and services for monetary purposes. – laundering (hereinafter – AML policy).
Money laundering – the act of converting money or other means of money and credit from criminal activities into money or investments that appear legitimate in such a way that their illegal source cannot be traced. National and international regulations applied to companies whose customers can deposit and withdraw money from their accounts make it illegal for Company partners to deliberately participate in or participate in financial transactions with criminalized money funds.
The purpose of anti-money laundering procedures is to ensure that customers participating in financial transactions with the participation of the Company’s website are identified under reasonable standards with minimum identification data set for law-abiding customers. The company has internally developed its anti-money laundering and terrorist financing policy in accordance with the requirements of international legislation.
The company carefully monitors suspicious transactions and transactions and reports these transactions to the relevant authorities in a timely manner.
In order to minimize money laundering and terrorist financing risks, the Company does not accept cash on deposits and does not make cash payments under any circumstances. The company reserves the right to withdraw from the transaction at any stage if it considers that the transaction is in any way connected with money laundering or criminal activity.
Under international law, the Company is not entitled to notify a Client that criminal activity has been reported to the appropriate authorities.
• The minimum set of identification data required to open a real trading account includes:
• – Full name (surname, first and last name);
• – Registration and financial e-mail;
• – domicile or business address of the client;
• – Phone number.
To enforce anti-money laundering laws, the Company may require its Customer to provide two documents confirming its identity.
The first document that may be requested by the Company is an unexpired identification document with a photograph of a Customer issued by the competent authority.
The passport can be a driver’s license (for countries where the driver’s license is the primary identity document) or a local ID card (except in-company access card).
Another document that may be requested by the Company is an invoice less than three months old containing the Customer’s full name and real address. It can be an invoice for housing services, a bank statement or any other document confirming the Client’s address.
In some cases, the Company may also require the Client to provide notarized copies of documents.
Documents written in languages other than English must be translated into English by a sworn translator; the translation must be written and signed by a translator and accompanied by a copy of an original document with a clear Customer’s photograph.
Account replenishment, withdrawal:
During a replenishment transaction, the company requires that the name of the sender exactly matches the name specified during account registration (in case a payment system provides the name of a fund sender). Accepting payments from third parties is prohibited.
The company has the right to demand strict observance of the fund replenishment and withdrawal procedures, which are accepted as partners. The money can be withdrawn to the same account and in the same ways as when the renewal was made.
At the time of withdrawal, the recipient’s name must be exactly the same as the Customer’s name in the Company’s database. If the replenishment is made by bank transfer, the money can only be withdrawn by wire transfer to the same bank and account from which the replenishment was made. In case the renewal is made through the electronic payment system, money can be withdrawn by making an electronic payment to the same system and to the account to which the replenishment was made.
The Company, at its sole discretion, declares that, in order to follow the Company’s anti-money laundering policy, money transfers by Company customers are only permitted for the purpose of trading transactions to generate profits within the scope of the Company’s services.
If the Company has sufficient reason to believe that the money transfers are used by an account holder for a purpose other than the services offered by the Company in violation of the legislation and/or the Company’s anti-money laundering policy, the Company may request that a Customer’s personal account (Chamber of Merchant).
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