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Category: Security

As a licensed financial institution, PayPugs provides you with the highest banking security as possible and complies with strict regulations to ensure efficient business operations for all.

3 Reasons Why Digital Customer Onboarding is Essential?

Firstly, let us look at what digital onboarding means and how it works, especially from the point of view of a bank.

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Why Do Businesses Need To Do Kyc And Aml Checks?

Regulated entities who are involved in financial activities are required to carry out risk-based customer due diligence. It helps to prevent their businesses from being successfully targeted by money launderers, terrorism financiers, and other fraudulent activity. It also protects society : people in many sectors are regarded as “gatekeepers” and are required to carry out […]

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How to Keep Your PayPugs Account Safe From Fraud

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As online fraud becomes an ever-growing threat, you need to know that legitimate organisations, such as PayPugs, do not ever call, email, or text you to ask for personal information such as your identity number, bank account, or credit card numbers. This type of fraud, known as phishing, tries to obtain your identity and passwords […]

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This is How PayPugs Keeps Your Money Safe.

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What we do to secure your money. At PayPugs we make sure that our client funds are extremely secure by keeping them within our own organisation. Unlike regular banks we don’t invest client funds or do anything with their funds that the client doesn’t agree to in advance, giving them zero risk. What do you […]

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Transparency As A Business Priority

Blog post by Andis K, Head of AML at PayPugs Some businesses will go out of their way to avoid being absolutely truthful to their banking institution. Even companies who are operating legally still have an impulse not to be transparent.  It is too bad, as it seems to me that companies should be able […]

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