Compliance Policy
Purpose of Policy
Platio Agents and other non-agent distribution channels are important partners in offering Platio money transfer and other services and products to our valued Consumers. Platio and its partners are required to comply with various laws and governmental regulations worldwide, Platio has issued this Global Partner Compliance Policy ("Policy").

Agents and their employees are part of the first line of defense in protecting Consumers and preventing criminal abuse and exploitation of Platio products and services. The Policy summarizes the responsibilities of Agents globally to comply with applicable laws and regulations, with Platio's policies and procedures, and the required actions for efficient implementation of strict anti-money laundering and anti-fraud standards. This Policy also reinforces Platio's commitment to protecting its Consumers and to preventing the use of its products and services by anyone for fraudulent purposes, money laundering, terrorist financing, or other illegal activities. Platio requires the same commitment from its Agents and their owners, shareholders, governing authorities, management, and employees. Agents are responsible for implementing this Policy. To carry out this Policy, Platio has incorporated herein the key requirements that govern the relationship between Platio and its Agents. Platio continues to update its Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Fraud Compliance Programs ("Programs") to review and respond to issues related to the implementation of this Policy. Platio encourages its Agents to contact the Platio Regional Compliance Officer or other compliance contact assigned to the Agent regarding questions about this Policy.
1. Operate in a Legal and Ethical Manner
The overarching duty of Agents and their employees is to operate in a legal and ethical manner. This includes not only an Agent's full compliance with applicable laws and regulations, but also an expectation that Platio's partners conduct themselves with honesty and integrity as they offer Platio's products and services to Consumers. The reputation of Agents and their employees directly reflects on Platio's own reputation. Therefore, Platio sets forth below the policy statements that govern the conduct of Agents and their employees.

The definition of Agent includes any party entering into a contractual relationship with Platio or its subsidiaries and affiliates for the purposes of providing Platio's products and services to Consumers. This definition also includes all Subagents of an Agent.

Platio distributes some products and services through arrangements that are not traditional principal/Agent relationships. Platio does conduct oversight of these distribution channels. Given the differences in the products and services offered or the differences in the regulatory requirements applicable to these distribution channels, the non-agent distribution channel's obligations may vary and will be spelled out in detail in their contract with Platio.

1.1 Agents and their employees shall operate in compliance with applicable laws and regulations in all countries and jurisdictions where they do business.

Agents shall obtain, maintain, and post any required registrations or licenses as required by national, state/provincial, or local laws or regulations. Agents and their employees shall not participate in, or knowingly facilitate fraud, money laundering, terrorist financing, or other illegal activities. Agents shall monitor potentially suspicious locations and employee activity, including when an employee or location is involved in an excessive number of unresolved transaction exceptions or potentially suspicious transactions or exhibits unusual behavior warranting investigation. If a location or employee is suspected of complicity or participation in illegal activity, the Agent shall take action as outlined in this Policy

1.2 Agents and their employees shall conduct themselves with honesty, integrity, and unquestionable ethical standards, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Agents and their employees shall deal honestly and fairly with those with whom they interact in the provision of Platio's products and services. Agents and their employees shall not take actions that could damage Platio's reputation with its Consumers, suppliers, service providers, competitors, and government officials.
  • Agents and their employees shall not complete a transaction if it is suspected that the transaction is related to any unlawful activity. Platio products and services should only be used for legal purposes.
  • Agents and their employees shall not violate this Policy, including providing false or misleading information to Platio, Consumers, law enforcement, or regulators.
  • Agents shall act to stop violations of this section and report concerns to the appropriate person.
  • If an Agent or their employee becomes aware of any information that leads them to believe that any Agent or employee has failed to comply with this section of the Policy, they shall report that information to the Platio Regional Compliance Officer assigned to the Agent, Platio's Chief Compliance Offcer, or Platio's Compliance Hotline.
  • If an Agent or their employee becomes aware of any information that leads them to believe that Platio or any Platio employee has engaged in unethical, improper, or illegal conduct or failed to comply with any applicable governmental law, rule or regulation, they shall report that information to the Platio Regional Compliance Offcer assigned to the Agent, Platio's Chief Compliance Offcer, or Platio's Compliance Hotline.
  • Agents and their employees may report a suspected violation on an anonymous basis by using Platio's Compliance Hotline E-mail [email protected] Platio will make every reasonable effort to ensure the confidentiality of those furnishing information, unless Platio is required by law or regulation(s) to disclose the information.
  • Platio does not tolerate retaliation under any circumstances including, but not limited to, retaliation against anyone who has made an allegation, reported a violation, or provided information as part of an investigation. If an Agent or their employee believes they have been subjected to retaliation or they know about an incident of retaliation, they shall immediately report the alleged retaliation to the Platio Regional Compliance Offcer assigned to the Agent, Platio's Chief Compliance Offcer, or Platio's Compliance Hotline.
  • Agents and their employees shall deal honestly and fairly with those with whom they interact in the provision of Platio's products and services. Agents and their employees shall not take actions that could damage Platio's reputation with its Consumers, suppliers, service providers, competitors, and government officials.
  • Agents and their employees shall not complete a transaction if it is suspected that the transaction is related to any unlawful activity. Platio products and services should only be used for legal purposes.
  • Agents and their employees shall not violate this Policy, including providing false or misleading information to Platio, Consumers, law enforcement, or regulators.
  • Agents and their employees shall provide accurate and complete information to Platio, law enforcement, or regulatory authorities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. This includes, but is not limited to the following situations
    • when entering information into Platio's systems, providing the information in-person to Platio's employees or during Agent Program Reviews;
    • where Platio has requested information on transactions or the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs;
    • during the application process, contract renewal, refreshed Agent fle or due diligence reviews, compliance reviews, or where reasonably requested by Platio;
    • when there are any material change(s) in the ownership and/or senior management of the Agent;
    • where lawfully requested by law enforcement or civil regulators.
2. Prohibition Against Bribery and Corruption
Various laws around the world prohibit the making of improper payments or providing improper gifts or hospitality to secure business or to gain an unfair business advantage. As a company headquartered in the United Kingdom, Platio is subject to the United Kingdom's Bribery Act ("UKBA") and other federal and state commercial bribery laws, as well as applicable anti-corruption and commercial bribery laws in the various countries in which Platio operates. Platio expects that its Agents and their employees conduct business affairs in a manner beyond reproach, including compliance with applicable anti-corruption laws, especially the United Kingdom's Bribery Act.

2.1 Agents and their employees shall not engage in bribery or corruption in order to secure an undue advantage in connection with Platio's business, including the offering of Platio's products and services. This prohibition applies to any transactions involving either Government Officials or Commercial Parties. The term "Government Official" includes:

  • Officers and employees of any government department, agency, commission, bureau, or authority, at any level of government (national, state or provincial, regional, or local), whether they are elected, career employees, or political appointees;
  • Legislators and judges;
  • Any persons acting in an official capacity on behalf of a public authority;
  • Offers and employees of entities that are owned or controlled by a public authority;
  • Candidates for political office;
  • Officers and employees of a political party, as well as the political party as an institution/entity;
  • Officers and employees of any Public International Organization;
  • Anyone else treated as a government official under local laws of the locations where Platio operates.
  • A "Commercial Party" is any company, organization, or commercial entity whose personnel do not qualify as "Government Officials," including any employee, agent, trustee, or fiduciary of such party.
2.2 Agents shall maintain adequate compliance controls to prevent, discourage, and detect potential violations of this section in the Policy and applicable anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws.




3. Maintain An Effective Anti-Money Laundering And Anti-Fraud Programs
Agents play an important role in preventing Platio's products and systems, and the financial system at large, from being used for criminal activity. To that end, Platio requires its Agents to follow this Policy and implement anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs. However, Agents are not without support as they implement this Policy. Platio provides support to its Agents in a variety of ways, including offering training and educational materials to Agents, such as materials to help Agents document and carry out their anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs. In addition, Platio assists in ensuring the effectiveness of the Agent's compliance program through evaluation conducted at on-boarding and on an ongoing basis. Platio seeks an open channel of communication with Agents as they fulfill the obligations set forth below.

3.1 Platio Agents shall implement and adhere to written, effective, risk-based policies and programs sufficient to assist in the prevention of Consumer fraud and to meet applicable anti-money laundering, compliance, and/or other regulatory requirements.

  • Agents shall conduct their operations using a risk-based approach, as demonstrated by the adoption and implementation of the transaction monitoring and reporting systems described below, and should have an understanding of the risk of money laundering and fraud presented by the geographic location(s) of the Agent, the Consumers served by the Agent, and products offered by the Agent.
  • Agents shall adopt and implement anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs, based on the risk of the Agent's business, that meet, at a minimum, the following requirements:

    Address the designation of a compliance officer, employee training, transaction monitoring and reporting, collecting and maintaining Consumer information and, if required, independent review of the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs. These requirements are outlined in more detail below;

    Receive approval from the Agent's ownership and management, including a commitment to support and adhere to this Policy and the Agent's anti-money laundering and antifraud programs;
  • Agent believing that the suspicious activity is likely occurring beyond or outside of their network and may involve additional Platio Agent locations outside of their network (if applicable);
  • Agent being concerned about a cross-border transfer and believing that law enforcement outside of their country should be made aware;
  • Agent identifying what they believe is an emerging suspicious or unusual pattern or trend;
  • Agent being concerned that the transaction may involve terrorist financing. If this is the case, the Agent should contact Platio and law enforcement immediately.
  • If the Agent is in a country that requires that the reporting of suspicious activity must come directly from Platio, the results of the monitoring, as well as any related information, must be provided by the Agent to Platio within a reasonable time or as required by any applicable law or regulation.

    Monitor transactions for potentially suspicious or unusual activities, such as the potential structuring of transactions to evade legal and/or regulatory reporting requirements, the evasion of identification requirements, the practice of sharing identification documents, and any other unusual behaviors such as one person sending to many individuals in many different countries;

    Document the results of anti-money laundering and anti-fraud monitoring, including the fling of any suspicious activity reports with the applicable regulator and/or escalating potentially suspicious activity to Platio;

    Provide written policies and procedures for employees to follow to detect and prevent fraud-induced, structured or otherwise illicit money transfers or transactions;

    Provide written policies and procedures for employees to follow to report potentially suspicious activity, or large currency transactions, and fulfll any other regulatory reporting obligations in the jurisdiction in which the Agent operates. Such policies and procedures should address obligations regarding "no tipping off" a Consumer when suspicious activity has been reported;

    Provide guidance to employees on how to escalate potentially suspicious activity to Platio when necessary.

  • Agents within the United Kingdom as well as Agents outside the United Kingdom with ten or more locations shall complete risk-based, independent reviews to evaluate the effectiveness of the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs ("Independent Reviews"). These Independent Reviews shall be conducted periodically or as often as required by applicable laws, regulations, or Platio. Independent Reviews shall be documented in writing and the Agent shall document the actions it has taken in response to any deficiency identified by the Independent Reviews. Independent Reviews shall consider the adequacy of the Agent's:

    ◦ written anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs;
    ◦ authority and expertise of the Agent's compliance officer;
    ◦ employee training;
    ◦ transaction monitoring and reporting, including the fling of suspicious activity reports and/or escalating suspicious activity to Platio, when necessary;
    ◦ any other deficiency related to the implementation of and adherence to this Policy

  • Agents shall designate a compliance officer responsible for implementation and adherence to the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs. This compliance officer must, at a minimum, meet the following requirements:

    ◦ committed to support and adhere to this Policy and the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs;
    ◦ capable to implement and maintain the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs;
    ◦ vested with the appropriate authority to implement the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs throughout the network, if applicable;
    ◦ supported by the Agent's ownership and management, and titled as an officer or manager with direct lines of communication to ownership or management;
    ◦ authorized to ensure risk-based Independent Reviews of the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs, if applicable;
    ◦ knowledgeable about the Agent's day-to-day business, including the offering of Platio's products and services.

  • Agents shall ensure there is sufficient staffing and resources to adequately implement this Policy and the policies and programs the Agent has adopted.
  • Any delegation or distribution of duties under this Policy shall be clearly set forth in writing by the Agent and agreed to by the Subagents. Regardless of any delegation or distribution of duties, Agents shall ensure that Subagents operating under the Agent adhere to the requirements of this Policy.
4. Agent Employee Training
As stated above, Agents and their employees are the first line of defense in protecting Consumers and preventing criminal abuse and exploitation of Platio products and services. Agent and employees must be provided the training and tools necessary to prevent errors or abuse from occurring in the use of Platio's products and services. Moreover, as part of employee training, Agents should communicate to their employees that the Agent's management supports full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Platio requires that Agents only permit properly trained employees to provide Platio's products and services to Consumers.

4.1 Agents shall ensure employees are sufficiently trained to process transactions using Platio's systems and will adhere to this Policy and the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs. Platio is continuously improving its policies and programs and may update Agent responsibilities at any time based on changes in laws, regulations, industry best practices, or risk. Agents are responsible for communicating those changes to their employees and any Subagents and ensuring their implementation.

4.2 Agents shall train all employees who interact with Consumers using Platio's products and services on anti-money laundering and anti-fraud measures using either the training provided by Platio or equivalent training. This training shall occur at least every two years or more frequently as required by local laws or regulations or by Platio. This training shall include the following

  • adherence to all requirements set forth in this Policy;
  • identification of Consumer scams and prevention of fraud-induced transfers;
  • verification of Consumer identification;
  • compliance with all relevant transaction processing requirements, including correct data
  • collection and entry procedures;
  • identification and reporting suspicious activity and structured transactions;
  • satisfying record retention requirements
4.3 Agents are responsible for ensuring employees understand their responsibilities and provide refreshed training to employees as necessary. In addition, Agents shall provide additional employee training in the event that a performance issue related to compliance with this Policy or the Agent's anti-money laundering and anti-fraud policies or procedures is identified. Employees should be tested on their knowledge to demonstrate understanding of their compliance responsibilities.

4.4 Agents shall document and maintain all training records. These documents shall be kept in the employees' personnel files and/or in with the Platio's Learning Management System, and be provided to Platio or appropriate government authorities upon request.
5. Cooperation With Law Enforcement and Regulators
Platio partners with law enforcement around the world to pursue the arrest and conviction of those who try to engage in illegal activities using Platio's products and services. In addition, Platio and its Agents are subject to examination for compliance with laws, regulations, and with Platio's policies and procedures by governmental authorities in many jurisdictions. Government regulators and law enforcement agencies may seek information and records from time to time.

5.1 Agents shall cooperate fully with Platio and law enforcement and/or regulatory agencies when contacted about Consumer fraud or anti-money laundering compliance matters to the maximum extent allowed by law. If responding to the request is beyond their ability, the Agent must promptly contact Platio for assistance via e-mail [email protected]

5.2 Any person associated or connected with an Agent and who receives or is served a summons, subpoena, court order, or other formal inquiry related to Platio's products, services or business shall immediately contact Platio, if permitted by applicable law or regulation using e-mail of [email protected]

5.3 Agents and their employees shall cooperate and respond promptly to all lawful requests for information including:

  • any Platio request for records or other information;
  • any regulatory exam, inspection, independent testing or compliance review of the Agent's business;
  • any appropriate governmental request for records including subpoenas, production orders, or other requests related to the Agent's sale of Platio's products and services.
6. Transactions And Recordkeeping Requirements
The core of Platio's products and services are the transactions and money remittance. It is necessary for Agents and their employees (when applicable) to gather complete and accurate information to ensure that Platio transactions are processed correctly and efficiently. Agents and their employees (when applicable) gather various types of information throughout the transaction process, including not only documentary information, but also behavioral/nonverbal information from Consumers (when transactions are conducted in person), such as body language and tone of voice. The information gathered and observed may be useful in preventing Platio's products and services from being used for illegal purposes and may aid both Platio and the Agent in fulfilling their anti-money laundering and anti-fraud obligations, including reporting suspicious activity. In addition, Agents shall follow the laws and regulations governing the retention of records associated with transactions, suspicious activity, and other regulatory reports.

6.1 Agents located in the United Kingdom, or with locations within the United Kingdom, shall maintain all records and reporting documentation required by the Bank Secrecy Act ("BSA") for a minimum of five (5) years (or longer if specified by a state specific regulation) in a safe and secure location and make it readily available to the UK Treasury Department and/or representatives from other government officials upon lawful request.

6.2 Agents located outside of the United Kingdom, or with locations outside of the United Kingdom, shall maintain all transaction and Consumer due diligence records to comply with information requests for five (5) years (or longer if required locally).

6.3 Agents are required to maintain records that document their efforts to monitor, prevent, and report Consumer fraud, money laundering, and terrorist financing for a minimum of five (5) years (or longer if required by local laws or regulations).

6.4 Agents and their employees should warn Consumers prior to the completion of their transaction about current fraud "scams" by referencing the warnings on the send form (where applicable) or other relevant packaging for products.

6.5 Agents and their employees shall ensure that:

  • Where applicable, send and receive forms are filled out fully and accurately and signed by the Consumer.
  • Valid Consumer identification information is obtained before the transaction is processed in accordance with local requirements and Platio's policy and procedures.
  • Complete and accurate Consumer identification information is entered into Platio's systems to ensure data quality and to minimize delays in processing the transaction.
  • Transactions that appear unusual or possibly tied to money laundering or other illegal activities should be reported to the relevant authority as required by applicable laws or regulations and/or escalated to Platio when appropriate.
  • Consumers that appear to be involved in a fraud-induced transaction are questioned about their transaction. If there is a reasonable suspicion that the transaction is fraud-induced, the Agent or their employee shall refuse to process the transaction and report as soon as reasonably possible such activity to Platio and the appropriate authorities, where required by applicable law or regulation.
  • Consumers whom report to an Agent or their employee that they have been the victim of a fraud-induced transaction are encouraged to separately report fraud-induced transactions to Platio and/or the appropriate authorities.

6.6 Before releasing the funds to the Consumer, the Agent and their employees should request the reference number from the Consumer and enter this number in Platio's systems.
7. Consumer Rights
Platio is committed to protecting its Consumers from unethical or illegal business practices. Platio expects that Agents and their employees minimize risk of harm to Consumers, and prevent occurrences of unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices ("UDAAP") or violations of other applicable Consumer protection laws by all means reasonably practicable under laws and regulations.

7.1 Agents shall disclose all required information to Consumers regarding each transaction, including information related to fees and what the Consumer will be charged for each transaction.

7.2 Agents may only offer Platio's product and services in languages approved and authorized by Platio.

7.3 Agents may only use Platio approved marketing materials and advertisements. These include internal and external signage, promotional pamphlets, advertisements in local periodicals, and counter-top displays.

7.4 Platio's systems have been specifically configured to generate the types of pre-payment and postpayment disclosures required under the applicable laws and regulations, including the United Kingdom Remittance Rules. Agents may not make any changes to the pre-payment and post-payment disclosures provided by Platio or generated from Platio's equipment.
8. Consumer Privacy and Data Protection
Platio provides secure, convenient ways to send and receive money. Part of Platio's commitment to its Consumers is that it will safeguard their personal and private information. During the course of transactions, Agents and their employees may receive personal and private information from Consumers such as name, address, phone number, government identification/ID or tax identification number, passport number, bank account number, credit or debit card number, place or date of birth, occupation, email address, and any other required Consumer due diligence. Platio expects that Agents and their employees protect this information from unauthorized access, use, and disclosure.

8.1 Agents shall protect Consumers' personal and private information, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, to prevent unauthorized access, use, and disclosure.

8.2 Agents' anti-money laundering and anti-fraud programs shall include procedures to comply with privacy laws and to ensure data security. Such procedures shall be implemented, commensurate with the type of information collected and stored and the business operations of the Agent.

8.3 Agents and their employees shall collect from Consumers only the information needed to complete a transaction. Agents and their employees shall only use Consumer information for identified and allowable purposes as provided in the terms and conditions contained in the documents given to Consumers. Unless otherwise authorized by Platio, Consumer information can only be used:

  • to complete a Consumer transaction;
  • to meet legal/regulatory obligations;
  • to prevent money laundering and/or fraud.

8.4 Agents shall disclose Consumer information only to the individual whom it pertains, and shall not disclose Consumer information to any unauthorized third party.

8.5 Agents shall retain Consumer personal information for only as long as necessary to fulfill the stated purpose or as required by law. All documents that contain Consumers' private and personal information shall be stored in a secure location. If an Agent uses tools to assist with transaction monitoring, it must follow appropriate data security protocols.

8.6 Agents shall ensure proper destruction of Consumer personal information at the end of the retention period.

8.7 Agents shall ensure that each employee has an individual ID and password which are not shared among employees.

8.8 Agents and their employees shall refrain from and prevent use of Platio's computer hardware, software, communications, and network systems for personal use or use unrelated to Platio's business. Agents shall protect their Money Transfer computer against unauthorized access and should not use the Money Transfer computer for Internet browsing, emailing, or Instant Messaging(IM) as these are the most common methods for computers to become infected with viruses and/or phishing software that can lead to fraudulent transactions. Computer screens should not be visible to the public. Agents should install the appropriate anti-virus software and firewalls as well as configure the software to automatically download patches and upgrades to fix security holes.

8.9 Agents shall report any incident in which the confidentiality or security of any Consumer personal information has been or is suspected to have been disclosed, misused, or compromised immediately to both the appropriate management at the Agent and to Platio (see Contact Information) in order to determine the potential impact to the Agent, Consumers, and Platio.
9. Consumer Refunds
Occasionally errors are made when a transaction is processed. Platio has instituted procedures to comply with the applicable laws and regulations, including the United Kingdom Remittance Rules that cover when a refund must be provided to a Consumer. Agents should work with the Consumer and Platio to resolve any transaction errors. Moreover, Platio expects its Agents to put forth all reasonable efforts to prevent disbursement of fraudulently induced transactions and issue refunds consistent with Platio's procedures as well as local Consumer protection laws.

9.1 If the Sender or Receiver believes that an error has occurred, contact Platio immediately. Platio will investigate the alleged error and determine if a refund is to be provided to the Consumer.

9.2 Agents shall assist Platio in providing refunds to Consumers where applicable.

9.3 Agents shall advise the Consumer to immediately contact Platio if the Consumer believes they have sent a fraudulently induced transaction, even if the Agent is unable to provide a refund to the Consumer
10. Monitoring and Corrective Action
Platio monitors how well Agents carry out their compliance responsibilities. This includes monitoring transactions processed by an Agent. In its discretion, Platio conducts reviews of Agents' anti-money laundering and anti-fraud compliance programs, Onsite Investigations, and other compliance review activities to ensure that the Agent has designed and implemented an effective compliance program tailored to the Agent's business model and that the Agent is following the applicable legal and regulatory requirements, Platio's policies and procedures, and/or contractual requirements.

10.1 Conduct that Could Lead to Monitoring or Corrective Action

  • All Agents who violate this Policy, or any applicable law or regulations shall be subject to immediate corrective or remedial action, including probation, suspension of service or termination of Platio's services.
  • Platio may take corrective or remedial action, including probation, suspension of service or termination of Platio's services, if it determines, in its sole discretion, that an Agent's conduct poses an undue risk to Consumers or Platio's reputation or systems. Conduct that may lead to corrective or remedial actions includes processing suspicious or fraudulently induced transactions.
  • Any Agent found to assist or participate in illegal transaction activities will be subject to immediate suspension or termination of Platio's services, absent documented mitigating circumstances.

10.2 Possible Monitoring and Corrective Actions Platio may choose to take a variety of corrective or remedial actions to address the conduct set forth in Section 10.1 above. These actions may include:

- termination of Platio's services;
- suspension of the right to conduct Platio money transfer or other transactions;
- imposition of restrictions on Platio's services, including:

  • lowering of thresholds for Consumer identification procedures;
  • lowering of transaction volume or transaction amount limits;
  • requiring express Platio approval of transactions above a certain amount;
  • other restrictive measures deemed necessary by Platio;
  • and placing the Agent on a period of probation during which Platio will closely monitor the Agent's transactions. In instances where the Agent is placed on probation, the Agent's Platio transactions will be monitored for a period of 90 days or until such time as Platio deems sufficient. Additionally, Platio may undertake other remedial actions separately or in conjunction with those listed above in Section 10.2. These actions may include:
  • contacting the Agent every 30 days to receive reports regarding an Agent's actions taken in response to identified issues;
  • requesting and reviewing the Agent's documentation;
  • addressing transaction analysis with the Agent every 30 days.

10.3 Agents shall respond to and implement all corrective or remedial actions required by Platio to address violations or deficient adherence to this Policy. Platio will terminate its services with Agents who fail to respond to or implement corrective or remedial actions required by Platio.

10.4 Any Agent who believes it has been unfairly subjected to corrective or remedial action shall contact Platio's Chief Compliance Officer or by e-mail [email protected]

10.5 Corrective Actions Related to Agent Employees

  • Agents shall investigate and report to the appropriate authorities and Platio any instances where an employee is suspected of participation in money laundering, Consumer fraud, or terrorist fnancing.
  • Agents shall prohibit employees suspected of participation in money laundering, Consumer fraud, or terrorist financing from performing Platio transactions and remove the employee's access to Platio's systems
  • If the Agent, upon investigation, believes an employee previously suspected of participation in money laundering, Consumer fraud, or terrorist financing, did not actually participate in these activities, then the Agent shall obtain approval from Platio before reinstating the employee's access to Platio's systems.

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