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Isabel Dec 08, 2016 01:59PM CET

Why am I referred to another site “envoytransfers.com” to enter my payout details?

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Aurora Dec 08, 2016 02:00PM CET

Thanks for your email and for sharing your concern with us. And it’s valid feedback.

The reason that we refer you to our partner WorldPay (who operates the envoytransfers product) is precisely to make entering and storing your bank account details more secure.

We store your bank account details with them, and they process payouts to you on our behalf. This provide bank level security to collect and store your details.

If you would prefer to research it some more:

1. While you are on that page, you can see that the site is operating under https (SSL connection) and if you wish, you can view the SSL certificate details in your browser.

2. You can do a whois search to find the owner of the domain envoytransfers.com
https://whois.icann.org/en/lookup?name=envoytransfers.com

And you will see that it is owned by WorldPay AP.

I hope this helps to settle your concerns.


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