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Standard Terms of Use for all Clients, or Customers of Business Introducers – Your Currencycloud Account

Service Description Service Provider Governing Terms of Use
Payment Services Your Global Account where you can Store and Pay-Out funds Currencycloud Ltd Terms of Use (UK-Ltd)
Foreign Exchange Service Your Global Account where you can Convert funds between different currencies Currencycloud Ltd
EUR Collection Service Your Collection Service where you can Collect EUR, store, convert and repatriate funds to your own bank account Currencycloud Ltd

Additional Terms of Use for Clients or Customers of Business Introducers who are based in the United States and wish to send USD from their US bank account.

Service Description Service Provider Governing Terms of Use
USD Top-Up Service Your Top-Up Service that enable you to send USD from the U.S. to your Currencycloud Account CFSB administered by Currencycloud Inc. Terms of Use (CFSB-Inc)

Additional Terms of Use for Clients or Customers of Business Introducers who wish to Collect USD in the United States. 

Service Description Service Provider Governing Terms of Use
USD Collection Service Your Collection Service where you can Collect USD, store, convert and repatriate funds to your own bank account Currencycloud Inc Terms of Use (US-Inc)

Terms of use for Currencycloud Direct Demo

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