Registration for Philantro includes two steps. First, the person representing the organization registering themselves and second, the registered person registering the organization. To comply with applicable Know-Your-Customer (KYC) regulations, the person creating the account and/or legal representative and the organization itself must be verified by its respective regulatory agency. In the rare event verification fails, more information may be required to ensure a successful registration.
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|Registration ID||The identification number associated with your organization's government registration. For example, the Charity Registration number for those registered in the United Kingdom, Employer Identification Number in the United States etc.|
|Organization||When an organization is registered, various data points are required to ensure the integrity of the organization and it's current registration status per its respective country's regulatory agency. All organizations must be registered to conduct business within their verifiable jurisdiction. Tax-Exemption status is preferred but not required if your organization is in the process of obtaining the certification.|
|Legal Representative||Legal Representatives are persons who are granted authority to engage in legal contracts on behalf of the organization. The verification of at-least one legal representative is required for an organization to register for Philantro®.|
|Ownership||The verification of all persons with 25% or more ownership in the organization is required.|
|Operating Address||Your operating address must match your registered address within your jurisdiction. PO Boxes and other re-routing post station addresses are not permitted. Your operating address and public mailing address can differ.|
|Account Users||Identity verification is not required for users. User accounts are persons who have been granted permission to access a given organization's Philantro account. For example, an organization providing their accountant with access to their dashboard.|
|Bank Account||Account privileges are divided into two stages, Transactions and Payouts. If your organization is fully verified, the ability to accept transactions are granted. If your organization is verified and a bank account is on record, the ability to have funds paid out are granted.|
|Website||A publicly accessible website is required.|
|Phone Number||A publicly accessible phone number is required.|