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July 16, 2020, 04:00:08 AM
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Hello,

CoinPayments is now collecting Identity/Resident proof for selling it. I was mistaken and gave my ID/Resident evidence to them for verification.

They said it would be removed after verification. I also asked their verification provider, and they said it would be automatically removed, but now they said that they could not remove it and hold it.


So beware, They will do the same as Yahoo did and sell data and said that it was hacked. So beware. CoinPayments.net is a complete fraud.


I am going to file BBB Complain and take legal action under GDPR.



Thanks.

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July 18, 2020, 05:32:25 PM
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Hello,

CoinPayments is now collecting Identity/Resident proof for selling it. I was mistaken and gave my ID/Resident evidence to them for verification.

They said it would be removed after verification. I also asked their verification provider, and they said it would be automatically removed, but now they said that they could not remove it and hold it.


So beware, They will do the same as Yahoo did and sell data and said that it was hacked. So beware. CoinPayments.net is a complete fraud.


I am going to file BBB Complain and take legal action under GDPR.



Thanks.

this is still based on your feeling, you haven't any evidence here. I am not defending them, just noticed.
btw. About GDPR, what is GDPR obligation shifted significantly? How we can be sure that some sites are in line with them? In this case, if Coinpayments resell your personal data to someone, how you will know to whom they were sold, and whether they did it at all or someone whom you do not doubt?

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July 20, 2020, 11:12:25 AM
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My understanding of GDPR is that it contains a number of exceptions for financial institutions and services. If are European you can request for your data to be deleted, but if the data is linked to financial transactions, then the company in question is within their rights to hold on to a subset of the data for a number of years for anti-money laundering purposes.

Also, your post history talks about trading in dollars, while your website says it is headquartered in Delhi. Neither the US nor India are subject to GDPR, given that it is a European regulation.

Do you have any proof that CoinPayments are selling personal data?

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July 20, 2020, 04:27:26 PM
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My understanding of GDPR is that it contains a number of exceptions for financial institutions and services. If are European you can request for your data to be deleted, but if the data is linked to financial transactions, then the company in question is within their rights to hold on to a subset of the data for a number of years for anti-money laundering purposes.

Also, your post history talks about trading in dollars, while your website says it is headquartered in Delhi. Neither the US nor India are subject to GDPR, given that it is a European regulation.

Do you have any proof that CoinPayments are selling personal data?

There is NO proof of that.
To stay in business ALL payment processors require to follow compliance. SMH
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August 30, 2020, 11:55:03 AM
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I have full proof. They did fraud with me. Attaching proof.


Proof 1: https://zeromb.com/image/di-YTTQ.png
Proof 2: https://zeromb.com/image/di-P9P0.jpg

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August 30, 2020, 09:07:33 PM
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I have full proof. They did fraud with me. Attaching proof.


Proof 1: https://zeromb.com/image/di-YTTQ.png
Proof 2: https://zeromb.com/image/di-P9P0.jpg

Do you mean a proof that they are selling users personal data? It's just a probability, but no one can confirm it.
According to the proofs you provided, it's pretty clear that they didn't destroyed DATA as they claim to do.
I am not defending them by any means and feeling Sorry to see coinpayments turned out this way with its users.

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