Privacy Policy

At Daily Payment, we are committed to ensuring and protecting your privacy. Any personal information will be processed fairly and in accordance with all applicable laws.

Before you register with us, you should read this Privacy Policy in its entirety because when you register with us or ask us to provide you with any of our products or services, you agree that we may handle your information, including but not limited to: your name, address, contact details, payment / beneficiary information, social security number (if collected), passport information, all in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

Updates to our Privacy Policy will happen periodically by posting the latest version here.

Our Privacy Policy covers how we use and store your personal information.

We use your information for the following purposes:

Registration and administration

We use your information to enable you to open an account with us. Once you have an account with us, we will use your details to contact you and to reply to any queries or requests made by you. We may use your information in the administration of your account, which includes us periodically contacting you in order to update your account details (this assists us with keeping our records as up to date as possible) or in order to notify you of changes or improvements to our products or services that may affect our service to you. We will also use your information should we need to enforce our rights.

Our products and services

We use your information in order to supply our products and services and to meet our contractual obligations to you. We may supply you with information on our products and services – this would mean that you would be receiving marketing and promotional emails from us. If you do not wish to receive such communications, please either contact us or use the check box provided during the registration process.

Prevention and detection of crime

We may need to pass your information onto Governmental departments, Regulatory bodies, police or law enforcement agencies or to a court of law. This would be done, for example, to assist in the prevention of a crime (Anti-Money Laundering/fraud), to meet legal requirements or for other lawful purposes.


We may share your information with:


  • any partners who have introduced you to us or to whom you have given us permission to share your information with
  • any person acting on your behalf

In some instances, your information may be transferred outside the European Union Area (EEA) or outside the United States of America.

We may need to use your information, in an anonymous format, to assist in servicing and maintaining our client database. We may need to undertake tests using client data to ensure that our systems are able to cope with large amounts of data. Test systems are isolated from external networks to ensure that live systems are not compromised. In addition, to ensure that data is not compromised, we carry out various risk assessments and have implemented safeguards to ensure on-going data security.

We record all our telephone calls for security and training purposes.

Information security / storage

We use secure servers in order to store your information and ensure proper data storage. Your information is kept encrypted for safety measures. Daily Payment stores all information in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation. Transmission of data on the internet can never be ultimately secure. We do not and cannot guarantee security of information collected electronically or transmitted; however, we take all necessary steps to provide the best security available. As a result of our inability to guarantee safety, you are submitting information to us at your own risk. All Daily Payment staff members are aware of the obligations imposed on them to keep any client information secure. You are entitled to request, at any time, the details of information we hold for you. We may not be able to provide information should it contain references to other people or our proprietary information, be protected by legal privilege or any other legal reason or should we no longer have it.

Cookie policy

We do not collect personal information from you through the browser when you visit our website. We do however log your IP address so that it is recognized next time you visit – we will do this by using cookies. You can read more about our Cookie policy here.

What are cookies, how are they used and how are they managed?

Cookies are small text files that contain letters and numbers and are placed on your computer or device. Cookies are set when you visit a website that uses cookies and may be used to keep track of pages visited within the site, help you continue where you left off or remember your preferences, such as language settings.

Cookies are very important to help us make online services easier to use, to monitor the use of our site and to help us improve the service to you.

To make it easier for you to understand the way a website uses cookies, we have grouped them into easy to understand categories. The category to which a cookie belongs can be seen in the Cookie Panel.

The information in the Cookie Panel is provided to you in an open and transparent way, so that you can see how cookies are used to enrich your visitor experience and make an informed choice to allow their usage. However, if you wish to control and remove cookies, this can be done via settings in your web browser.

Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact the functionality of a website. Many of the interactive functions offered by websites are dependent on cookies and disabling or blocking cookies can prevent these services from working or reduce their usefulness.

Different web browsers may use different methods for managing cookies. Please follow the instructions below, from the web browser manufacturers directly, to configure your browser settings*.


  •  Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
  •  Google Chrome
  •  Safari
  •  Firefox

* These links are to third party sites, over which we have no control – no liability can be claimed if they are inaccurate.

Fraud awareness

Daily Payment is a great way to send money to people that you know and trust. If you need to send money to someone you don’t know well, you may be putting yourself at risk of fraud. Do not become a victim of fraud.

At Daily Payment, security of your funds is our highest priority. So, before you send money to someone you don’t know well, we highly recommend that you make sure that you’re not sending money:


  • to someone you don’t know
  • to prove availability of funds to someone
  • to claim an inheritance or winnings from the lottery
  • to someone claiming to be a relative and in need of funds
  • to a person you met online
  • to a 3rd party that asks about your money or bank transactions
  • to pay for taxes

And remember, deals and opportunities that seem too good to be true, generally are!

If you are worried that you may have been a victim of fraud, please contact our team at