How does it work ?
What is a CashSentinel payment account ?
Consider the payment account as an extension of your personal bank account. The money that is deposited into your CashSentinel payment account still belongs to you. That's why you can recover it at no cost at any time. Indeed, according to Article L522-4 of the Monetary and Financial Code, "the payment institution cannot use said funds for its account".
Crediting your CashSentinel payment account enables you to put in escrow the funds for the transaction. At your personal bank, order a transfer to the banking information which will be made visible to you via your client portal. CashSentinel payment accounts are secured and supervised by three different banks.
Société Générale holds your funds for vehicles.
BNP Paribas holds your funds for boats and credit card transfers.
Swissquote holds your funds for vehicles and boats.
How to credit your CashSentinel account ?
Be registered on CashSentinel.
Have an ongoing Smart Contrat.
Execute a bank transfer to your CashSentinel account.
* Please note that the transfer must be executed from an account in the name of the the Cashsentinel account holder. Joint accounts are accepted. All of your funds are recoverable at zero cost until the transaction is confirmed.
In France, CashSentinel relies on SFPMEI, a payment service provider (institution code 14378) approved and controlled by the ACPR (Banque De France). The register is available at any time on the link www.regafi.fr.
In Switzerland, CashSentinel is an authorized financial intermediary in accordance with Article 2 (3) of the Money Laundering Act (AMLA), with the identification number CHE-258.642.458. The register is available at any time on the FINMA website.
CashSentinel's security concept was developed in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences of the Canton of Vaud (HEIG-VD), a Swiss institution specialized in the field of information security.
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