Privacy of sender 2

oplkop09
oplkop09 Member Posts: 4
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  • David
    David Member Posts: 3,193 ✭✭✭
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb

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  • oplkop09
    oplkop09 Member Posts: 4
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb
  • David
    David Member Posts: 3,193 ✭✭✭
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb

    Sign up for Payoneer and the US Payment Service

  • oplkop09
    oplkop09 Member Posts: 4
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb
  • Nissim
    Nissim Head of Community Administrator Posts: 3,604 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb
  • oplkop09
    oplkop09 Member Posts: 4
    Warning No formatter is installed for the format ipb
  • Nissim
    Nissim Head of Community Administrator Posts: 3,604 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
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  • rezavo
    rezavo Member Posts: 2
    If personal information and method of payments are not disclosed can the name that is made available to the person i am paying be an alias or codename?
  • Nissim
    Nissim Head of Community Administrator Posts: 3,604 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    If you are sending funds to a Payoneer account holder, or making a credit card load, you must provide your real name. We do not support the use of an alias or codename.
  • rezavo
    rezavo Member Posts: 2
    Yes, I understand you must provide your legal name when sending funds. My question is related to the information disclosed to the receiver of the funds and the use of an alias or codename for that purpose. In an earlier post it is stated that “I can assure you that your personal information and method of payments are not disclosed.” A real legal name is personal information as a google search on that name will return your Facebook, LinkedIn, address, phone number, and if your employer has an online employee directory your employer, work phone, work fax, department, and co-workers (unless your name is John Smith for example). All of which I would consider to be “personal information.”