KYC Prozess bei Payrexx Direct


Der KYC-Prozess (know your customer / kenne deinen Kunden) beschreibt die Überprüfung von Kunden zur Verhinderung von Geldwäsche und anderen nicht unterstützten Aktivitäten. Zahlungsdienstleister wie Payrexx sind gesetzlich dazu verpflichtet die Angaben ausführlich zu prüfen. 

Allgemeine Anforderungen an Ihre Website und Ihr Unternehmen finden sie hier


Banken haben strenge Richtlinien und nehmen Zahlungen meist nur an, wenn der Empfänger auf der Überweisung mit dem eingetragenen Kontoinhaber zu 100% übereinstimmt. Es ist deshalb wichtig, dass bei der Anmeldung die korrekten Zahlungsinformationen und Unternehmensart angegeben werden:

  • Einzelunternehmen gelten als natürliche Personen und Überweisungen werden deshalb immer auf den Namen der eingetragenen Person angewiesen. Das Bankkonto muss also entsprechend auf den persönlichen Namen dieser Person laufen und nicht auf den Firmennamen.
  • Andere Unternehmensarten wie GmbH oder AGs gelten als juristische Person und Überweisungen werden auf den eingetragenen Firmennamen versendet. Das Bankkonto muss auf diesen Firmennamen lauten und darf nicht auf eine natürliche Person eingetragen sein.
  • Gemeinnützige Organisationen wie Vereine oder Non-Profit-Organisationen müssen ein Konto lauten auf den Namen der Organisation haben. 

Nicht unterstützte Geschäftsmodelle

Unsere Partner arbeiten mit Banken zusammen, die strikte Rahmenbedingungen bezüglich der Unternehmensart setzen. Dies beinhaltet auch Modelle mit einem hohen Ausfallrisiko oder Produktangeboten, die in manchen Ländern rechtlich nicht zulässig sind.

Mit der Registrierung bestätigen Sie, dass Ihr Geschäftsmodelle nicht mit den unten stehenden Geschäftsaktivitäten in Verbindung gebracht werden kann:

Financial and professional services

  • Investment & credit services - Securities brokers; mortgage consulting or debt reduction services; credit counselling or repair; real estate opportunities; lending instruments
  • Money and legal services - Money transmitters, check cashing, wire transfers, money orders; currency exchanges or dealers; bail bonds; collections agencies; law firms collecting funds for any purpose other than to pay fees owed to the firm for services provided by the firm (e.g., firms cannot use it to hold client funds, collection or settlement amounts, disputed funds, etc.)
  • Virtual currency or stored value - Virtual currency that can be monetized, resold, or converted to physical or digital products and services or otherwise exit the virtual world (e.g., Bitcoin); sale of stored value or credits maintained, accepted and issued by anyone other than the seller

IP Infringement, regulated or illegal product and services

  • Intellectual property or proprietary rights infringement - Sales, distribution, or access to counterfeit music, movies, software, or other licensed materials without the appropriate authorization from the rights holder; any product or service that directly infringes or facilitates infringement upon the trademark, patent, copyright, trade secrets, or proprietary or privacy rights of any third party; use of Stripe intellectual property without express consent from Stripe; use of the Stripe name or logo including use of Stripe trade or service marks inconsistent with the Stripe Marks Usage Agreement, or in a manner that otherwise harms Stripe or the Stripe brand; any action that implies an untrue endorsement by or affiliation with Stripe
  • Counterfeit or unauthorized goods - Unauthorized sale or resale of brand name or designer products or services; sale of goods or services that are illegally imported or exported
  • Gambling - Lotteries; bidding fee auctions; sports forecasting or odds making; fantasy sports leagues with cash prizes; internet gaming; contests; sweepstakes; games of chance
  • Regulated products and services - Marijuana dispensaries and related businesses such as cbd; sale of tobacco, e-cigarettes, and e-liquid; online pharmacies; age restricted goods or services; weapons and munitions; gunpowder and other explosives; fireworks and related goods; toxic, flammable, and radioactive materials; products and services with varying legal status on a state-by-state basis
  • Adult content and services - Pornography and other obscene materials (including literature, imagery and other media); sites offering any sexually-related services such as prostitution, escorts, pay-per view, adult live chat features

Unfair, predatory, or deceptive practices

  • Get rich quick schemes - Investment opportunities or other services that promise high rewards
  • Mug shot publication or pay-to-remove sites - Platforms that facilitate the publication and removal of content (such as mug shots), where the primary purpose of posting such content is to cause or raise concerns of reputational harm
  • No-value-added services - Sale or resale of a service without added benefit to the buyer; resale of government offerings without authorization or added value; sites that we determine in our sole discretion to be unfair, deceptive, or predatory towards consumers Products or services that are otherwise prohibited by our financial partners
  • Aggregation - Engaging in any form of licensed or unlicensed aggregation of funds owed to third parties, factoring, or other activities intended to obfuscate the origin of funds
  • Drug paraphernalia - Any equipment designed for making or using drugs, such as bongs, vaporizers, and hookahs
  • High risk businesses - Bankruptcy lawyers; computer technical support; psychic services; travel reservation services and clubs; airlines; cruises; timeshares; prepaid phone cards, phone services, and cell phones; telemarketing, telecommunications equipment and telephone sales; drop shipping; forwarding brokers; negative response marketing; credit card and identity theft protection; the use of credit to pay for lending services; any businesses that we believe poses elevated financial risk, legal liability, or violates card network or bank policies
  • Multi-level marketing - Pyramid schemes, network marketing, and referral marketing programs
  • Pseudo pharmaceuticals - Pharmaceuticals and other products that make health claims that have not been approved or verified by the applicable local and/or national regulatory body
  • Social media activity - Sale of Twitter followers, Facebook likes, YouTube views, and other forms of social media activity
  • Substances designed to mimic illegal drugs - Sale of a legal substance that provides the same effect as an illegal drug (e.g., salvia, kratom)
  • Video game or virtual world credits - Sale of in-game currency unless the merchant is the operator of the virtual world
  • Use of Stripe in a manner inconsistent with its intended use or as expressly prohibited in the Stripe Services Agreement - Use of Stripe principally as a virtual terminal (e.g., submitting card transactions by manually inputting card information); processing where there is no bona fide good or service sold, or donation accepted; card testing; evasion of card network chargeback monitoring programs; sharing cardholder information with another merchant for payment cross-sell product or service 

War diese Antwort hilfreich? Ja Nein

Feedback senden
Leider konnten wir nicht helfen. Helfen Sie uns mit Ihrem Feedback, diesen Artikel zu verbessern.