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Awlencan Innovations Australia Pty Ltd [ACN#629939948], an Australian registered company with office address situated at: 1198 Toorak Road, Camberwell, VIC, 3124 which operates the ‘ZebPay’ (‘‘ZebPay Platform”) from Australia hereinafter referred to as ‘Awlencan’ or ‘ZebPay’ or “Company”, which term shall refer to and include its owners, its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, directors, investors, employees, officers, representatives, affiliates, or other related parties.
This Know-Your-Customer ("KYC") policy (hereinafter referred to as the “Policy”) sets forth the general rules and procedures governing the implementation and conduct of Know-Your-Customer (“KYC”) procedures in accordance with the relevant Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations i.e. the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (“AML/CTF Act”). Each User must carefully read and comply with this Policy. It is understood and presumed per se that the User by using the Website and/or purchase of any of our products, the User have fully read, understood and accepted this Policy. If any User does not agree with this Policy in general or any part of it, such User must not access and use the Website and/or purchase any of our products. The Company adopts the KYC Policy and reserves the right to undertake KYC in order to verify the identity of its Users at any point of time.
Users are required to strictly comply with all the terms contained herein in this website, which forms part and parcel of the User Terms of Service. Terms not defined herein shall carry the same interpretation, as in the User Agreement and in the absence thereof to general usage and parlance. “User” or “Client” or any Persons availing of the ZebPay Services (whether directly or indirectly), are referred to herein as “Users”.
1. Opening of User Account
A user may create a User Account by first downloading and installing the ZebPay App on their Android or iPhone smartphone by using the Google Play Store or iOS App Store, as applicable, subject to the terms contained herein in this website. Alternatively, user can also create an account by visiting the ZebPay website (//www.zebpay.com/)
User shall comply with the procedures prescribed for opening the User Account, including providing a valid and existing email address and mobile number for completing the registration process and shall provide requisite KYC details and documents.
ZebPay reserves the right to reject registration or validation of a User Account on any grounds as it deems suitable, at its sole discretion, with due regard to legal and regulatory frameworks governing cryptocurrencies.
2. Know Your Customer ("KYC") Compliance
In addition to the terms contained herein, Users shall be bound by the terms of ZebPay’s Anti-Money Laundering Policy (“AML Policy”), which is available at AML policy. By virtue of using any part of the ZebPay’s Services, and/or by virtue of accepting and entering into this Agreement, Users are deemed to have accepted and to have agreed to comply at all times with, the terms of the AML Policy. Only Users complying with the following Know Your Customers (“KYC”) procedures, as well as all terms and procedures contained in the AML Policy, would be allowed to avail of the ZebPay’s Services:
Users shall provide the details, along with digitised copies of supporting documents for such details, simultaneously with the application for a User Account on the ZebPay Platform, failing which the User Account shall not be activated.
User hereby consents to retention of the above details and documents by ZebPay for its own use, for as long as ZebPay is required under any prevailing laws. ZebPay shall be entitled to retain user details and documents even for those Users whose registration has been rejected by ZebPay.
ZebPay reserves the right to undertake the KYC (Know-Your-Customer) Policy as stipulated at //www.zebpay.com/global/kyc-policy in order to verify the identity of its Users at any point, and the User hereby agrees to provide co-operation, including but not limited to the provision of relevant identification and documents, in this regard.
3. Verification Process
ZebPay shall, at its sole discretion activate the User Account upon verification of the details provided through the KYC process included in this Agreement and in the AML Policy. In the event of any factual inaccuracies or discrepancies with the details or documentation provided by a User during this process, ZebPay shall be entitled to terminate the User Account without notice to the concerned User, and such User shall not be permitted to use the User Account or ZebPay Services thereafter. ZebPay is entitled to terminate User Accounts for non–compliance in providing true and correct information.
Existing Users may be called upon to comply with additional KYC and / or verification process as intimated by ZebPay from time to time.In the event of the User failing to provide additional KYC or comply with the verification process, ZebPay reserves the right to terminate or deactivate an existing User Account. Users shall be duly intimated by ZebPay, along with reasons for such deactivation and the procedures for redress (if any). Delay in termination of such User Accounts shall not amount to a waiver of the mandatory information and documentary requirements contained in this Agreement and in the AML Policy.
ZebPay may, at its sole discretion, intimate the user of reasons for non-activation of their account. ZebPay is not under any obligation, however, to provide such intimation.
Only natural or legal persons may apply for a User Account and avail of ZebPay’s services. Legal persons must have valid documents of incorporation and other documents as ZebPay may require from time to time, as currently encapsulated in our 100 point verification check protocol Upon verification, if any of the documents, information, or representations are found to be falsified, invalid or otherwise inaccurate, ZebPay is entitled to terminate the User Account for non–compliance in providing true and correct information.
In case of corporates, the antecedents of the company (name and registered office in particular) and of all beneficial owners, promoters and directors will be verified by ZebPay or any other third party engaged by ZebPay. An assessment shall be made of the financial worthiness of the user by obtaining appropriate declarations as and when required.
No users shall be accepted where it is not possible to ascertain the identity of the client, or the information provided is suspected to be false or if there is perceived non-cooperation of the user in providing full and complete information. ZebPay shall not continue to do business with such a person and may, in the appropriate circumstances, file a suspicious activity report.
ZebPay may, if so required under applicable Law, share know-your-customer and transaction records with any law enforcement authorities
Know Your Customer Standards – The objective of the KYC guidelines is to prevent the ZebPay Platform from being used, intentionally or unintentionally, by criminal elements for money laundering activities. KYC procedures enable ZebPay to know / understand their customers and their financial dealings better which in turn help them manage their risks prudently.
ZebPay’s KYC policy incorporates the following elements:
(i) Customer Acceptance Policy ("CAP")
No account shall be opened anonymously or with fictitious names
No ZebPay user shall be below the age of 18 / cannot be a minor as defined by the law of the resident country.
All required KYC documents are mandatory.
User Accounts can be opened through the ZebPay Platform.
Each User Account is unique and can be activated by providing KYC documents pertaining to that User. Once the account is activated, the same KYC documents cannot be used to open another User Account.
Additional documents may be sought by ZebPay based on it’s internal risk assessment.
(ii) Customer Identification Procedure ("CIP")
Customer identification means identifying the person and verifying his/ her identity by using reliable, independent source of documents, photograph or video verification of KYC documentation, (data, information or by using third-party services. ZebPay needs to obtain sufficient information necessary to establish, to its satisfaction, the identity of each user. Additional documents may be sought by ZebPay based on it’s internal risk assessment.
4. List of KYC documents
Types of documents required:
For Corporate Entity
Please refer to this document for our 100 point verification check.
Certificate of incorporation & Company's Constitution, Memorandum & Articles of Association or any other relevant documents of incorporation
Resolution of the Board of Directors/Partners to open an account with ZebPay & identification of those who have the authority to operate the account
Copy of a Company telephone/utility bill or a recent company bank account statement in the company’s name and bearing the office address
A photo ID of all the Board of Directors
ID & Address proof of an Authorised Signatory
ID & Address proofs of a beneficial owner with ownership or control of more than 25% of the shares or voting rights or those who hold majority shares (if none of the shareholders have at least 25% shares or voting rights)
Note: ZebPay reserves the right to call for additional documents at anytime for further verification based on Users volume and trading pattern
If you have any questions regarding this KYC Policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
These terms may be periodically reviewed and revised. The revised terms will be uploaded on the ZebPay Platform and will reflect the modified date of the terms. The User is required to periodically visit the ZebPay website and review the terms and any changes thereto.
Use of ZebPay Services constitutes the agreement of User to the terms contained herein and any amendments thereto.