Denial of service: ClearJunction refused to service SEPA euro transfers in BinanceThank you ClearJunction! Finally, our complaints sent to ClearJunction, multiple complaints - finally worked out and disconnected Binance from euro transfers through SEPA banking system. Illegal financial transactions of Binance with fiat money - by this list of financial partners we send complaints, it takes a long time to explain and motivate, but the results are good.
Recall that from cooperation with Binance refused many - the largest bank Barclays, Faster Payments and transfer system iDeal, the British bank TSB, the American bank Silvergate Bank, the Ukrainian bank monobank, closed settlement accounts in Nigeria, the Russian company QIWI and others. Of course, not all of these systems have been disabled by the hands of ScamBinance employees, but we have made a significant contribution and some systems have been disabled solely due to our complaints. Work on complaints to regulators and financial partners Binance does not stop, and continues with great enthusiasm. Goals, objectives of the project Scambinance.com - we remember, Binance is still "silent" and does not try to settle our financial claims.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance notified users about the suspension of deposits in euros through the payment system SEPA. Representatives of the exchange stressed that the decision is supposedly temporary. It will take effect on July 7 at 08:00 Moscow time. Withdrawals via SEPA remain available.
In a letter sent to users on July 6, 2021, the company said that from 8 am UTC on Wednesday they will not be able to deposit their accounts through the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) scheme. The company attributed its decision to "events beyond its control" and called it "temporary. The exchange normally uses intermediaries, namely ClearJunction, to process payments through SEPA.
"This decision is caused by circumstances beyond our control".
Binance users are currently circumventing the restrictions by sending cryptocurrency from other exchanges, the Financial Times notes. Binance, for its part, says it is "actively working to find a solution with the participation of partners." Deposit in euros on Binance is still possible through a system of Sofort, common in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Complaints to Sofort will soon be formulated and sent.
Official Notice from ClearJunction
Clear Junction, the company that serviced Binance transactions in Europe, announced that it is suspending its partnership with Binance. The information was posted on Clear Junction's website on Monday, July 12, 2021:
"Clear Junction can confirm that the firm will no longer service Binance-related payments," the publication said. - "The decision follows a recent notice from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) that Binance is not permitted to engage in regulated activity in the United Kingdom.
"Clear Junction is acting in full compliance with FCA requirements and guidance in processing Binance payments," - according to the notice.
Clear Junction notes that it has decided to stop all payments in British pounds (GBP) and euros (EUR) for Binance, including deposits and withdrawals.