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Non-profit organization "Moneta" will stop accepting payments to foreign forex dealers from Damir Plotnikov's blog

Non-bank credit organization (NCO) "Moneta" from June 1 of this year stops accepting payments to foreign companies operating in the Forex market. This was announced to Izvestia in the organization on May 24, commenting on media reports that the Bank of Russia has limited settlements between Russians and foreign forex companies. Earlier, on May 21, the Kommersant newspaper, citing informed sources, reported that the Central Bank began to restrict not only the transfers of Russians to offshore casinos, but also settlements with foreign forex companies. Sources noted that Moneta had notified foreign forex companies that it would stop servicing payments. “The decision to stop accepting payments to foreign companies operating in the Forex market was made independently after consultations with the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which have been held since the beginning of 2020,” Coin said. According to the organization, the Central Bank "always knew about the existence of such companies among the clients of NPOs, but did not give any instructions." It is noted that the termination of services to this category of customers will not significantly affect the financial position of the company. The Association of Forex Dealers told Kommersant that some organizations will stop serving foreign forex companies. The head of the association, Evgeny Masharov, said that what was happening was the result of the work of the regulator to deoffshorize the financial market. The Central Bank registered the NGO "Moneta" in 2012. She is a money transfer operator for users. In addition, the company calls itself an aggregator of payment methods for stores and "a modern billing platform for small and medium-sized companies." The publication noted that the only member of this NGO from the day of its foundation is Yuri Efremov. In 2020, the company's commission amounted to 1.89 billion rubles. She reported a net profit of about 12 million rubles. In early March this year, the YuMoney service, which is part of the Sberbank ecosystem, resumed all payment transactions with 45 international non-resident companies after the Central Bank lifted restrictions. The regulator introduced a ban on the work of YuMoney with non-resident companies on January 12, 2021 for six months. Due to the restrictions of the Central Bank, customers of the service could not pay for purchases using a wallet in foreign online stores and receive payments to their wallets from foreign companies. The ban did not apply to transfers from YuMoney wallets to cards of non-resident individuals or their bank accounts, including in foreign banks.

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