A guide to how Verto keeps your money safe
Verto provides secure and reliable payment services to its clients. One of the key concerns for anyone using a payment service is the safety of their funds. That's why Verto takes the protection of its clients' funds seriously. In this guide, we explain how we keep your money safe.
How do we safeguard your funds?
Designated Safeguarding Accounts
Verto is an authorised E Money institution and holds "designated safeguarding accounts" with accredited banks in the UK. This means that our clients' funds are never commingled with other funds, and neither Verto nor the banks have a claim to the funds in these accounts. In the unlikely event of Verto's insolvency, our clients' funds are always protected!
From the moment we receive our clients' funds for the execution of a payment service or for loading their wallets, we treat those funds as "relevant funds" to be safeguarded. This ensures that the funds are never used for any other purpose and are always protected.
To ensure that we are never short on funds being safeguarded, we keep records of our clients' balances held with us and reconcile these daily. This means that our clients can have peace of mind knowing that their funds are always protected.
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Safeguarding vs. Deposit Insurance
It is important to note that Verto's safeguarding requirement for payment services and E Money firms covers the full amount of relevant funds, unlike the deposit insurance schemes of traditional banks. This means that if a client has a wallet balance with us of $500,000, we safeguard the full amount. Deposit insurance schemes such as the UK's FSCS or the US FDIC insurance cap deposits at £85,000 and $250,000, respectively.
Finally, it is important to note that funds held by E Money institutions, while fully protected under our safeguarding obligations, do not attract interest payments.
At Verto, the safety of our clients' funds is our top priority. We achieve this through designated safeguarding accounts, treating funds as relevant funds, daily reconciliations, and safeguarding the full amount of relevant funds.
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