Privacy Policy

Why does uniochange have and implement an AML Policy?
As an electronic money exchanger, uniochange is obliged to comply with regulatory requirements and to implement measures against fraud, money laundering, and financing of terrorist activities. Our AML policy has been composed and structured to avert money laundering as required by local AML legislation, which includes the necessity to have adequate systems and controls in place to mitigate the risk of the firm being used to facilitate financial crime.

uniochange has vigorous policies, controls and procedures to detect, prevent and report suspicious activity. To comply with local requirements, and global sanctions, we screen our customer accounts against government watch lists. In addition, we may request that you provide us with documentation to help prove your identity or for business verification purposes.

uniochange ensures the confidentiality and security of your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We will not ask for and keep sensitive payment information such as full credit card number, the card's expiry date, or its security code.