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Last Update: August 6, 2021
This AML & KYC policy (hereinafter referred to as the "Policy") is an official document of EVE (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") designed to combat money laundering, financial fraud, and other illegal financial activities. The AML & KYC policy is a kind of quality standard for any international company. It is also a sign of the Company's compliance with the most important world requirements in terms of conducting financial transactions. This Policy has been developed specifically to provide users of this site or application of the Company (hereinafter referred to as the "Resource") additional information about the reasons and purposes of collecting some personal data, as well as to provide information about the rights and obligations of users, about the responsibility assigned to them by this Policy in accordance with international standards.
This AML Policy (Anti-Money Laundering; money laundering is the process of integrating illegal gains into the legitimate financial system) aims to combat disguising the true origin of money earned from illegal activities, to prevent the use of the Company's services by criminals for money laundering, terrorist financing or other criminal activity.
In accordance with the provisions of this AML policy, the user undertakes to:
The user guarantees the legal origin, legal ownership, and the right to use the funds transferred to the Company's accounts. In the event of questionable transactions (including unjustified refunds or cancellation of payments), the Company has the right to request copies of documents from the user, allowing to fully establish the origin of money. Until the necessary information is received, the Company has the right to suspend the user's transactions. The refusal of the Company to conduct suspicious transactions is not the basis for legal liability for failure to fulfill its obligations to the user.
The KYC (Know Your Customer) Policy is a kind of continuation of the AML policy, implementing its basic concepts. The main objective of the KYC policy is to identify the contract partner and counteract anonymity in financial transactions. In accordance with the KYC policy, the Company requests personal data from all users intending to enter into financial relations with the Company. The Company cannot fully verify the accuracy of the information provided by users and whether the user has sufficient legal capacity to provide it. The user bears full responsibility for providing false information and information for the provision of which the user is not endowed with the appropriate rights. In case of doubt about the reliability of the information provided, the Company has the right to request the user to provide supporting documents and their certification in accordance with the legislation (including international). Until receiving the necessary information, the Company has the right to suspend cooperation with the user and his transactions.
This Policy may be amended and supplemented if necessary without the consent of the users. The Company has the right to make changes at its discretion in cases where the relevant changes are related to changes in applicable law and when the corresponding changes are related to changes in the operation of the Resource. Changes to the Policy come into force on the date of their official publication in the public domain on the Resource. In the event of significant changes, the Company undertakes to notify users via any available communication means (for example, by email).
The use of the Resource by the user means his full and unconditional acceptance of this Policy. When visiting the Resource for the first time, a corresponding notification may be automatically sent to the User.